We're thrilled to announce that Michael Lewis, best-selling author of The PremonitionThe Blind SideMoneyball, and The Big Short, will join us at SAS Innovate: Orlando for a fireside chat. Michael Lewis has been shedding light on the inner workings of the financial world for decades. From his early work in Liar's Poker to his most recent book, The Premonition, Lewis has given readers a unique perspective on finance, economics, politics, and beyond.

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But this is not just an opportunity to hear from Michael Lewis – it's a chance to get his thoughts on what interests you most. We're inviting SAS Innovate: Orlando attendees to submit questions for the fireside chat. What burning questions do you have for Michael Lewis? What insights do you want to gain from this legendary writer and storyteller?

This is a unique opportunity to have your questions answered by a true master of the craft. Whether you're interested in his writing process, his thoughts on the future of analytics, or anything in between, we want to hear from you.

To submit your question, tweet or post it using the hashtag #AskMichaelLewis #SASInnovate and tag @SASsoftware on Twitter or @SAS on LinkedIn. We'll collect questions leading up to the event and select the best ones for our moderator to ask during Opening Session.

SAS Innovate: Orlando is an event for business professionals in the analytics space. The chance to interact with Michael Lewis is one of the many reasons you will want to take advantage of it. Join us May 8-10 in Orlando for an unforgettable in-person experience. Registration is complimentary for business professionals.

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Garrett Putman

Director of Events, Executive Briefing Center, and Marketing Programs

I'm a brand marketer with 20+ years of experience in commercial strategy, new product innovation, advertising, and team leadership. My firm belief is that the very best brands are the ones that take a stand and have a point of view. Why? Your point of view can often be your strongest point of difference. What I love most is working with teams who are on a mission to challenge an industry and make a major dent in the world.

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