International Society on Business and Industrial Statistics (ISBIS)
as a Working Group on Industrial Statistics. Transformed into a Standing Committee on Statistics in Industry, 1992. Subsequently changed title into Standing Committee on Statistics in Business and Industry (SBI), 1999. Formally founded in its current form, Apr 2005, Sydney (Australia), as a Section of A-XA2590 - International Statistical Institute (ISI).
Promote the advancement and exchange of knowledge in business and industrial statistics; build international cooperation and association among statisticians working in business and industry; foster cooperation at an international level between statistical activities in universities and individuals working in business and industry; increase public awareness of the importance of statistics in business and industry; encourage links between statisticians in developing and developed countries.
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