DAM Event Updates – 13th October 2021
There are a number of DAM and marketing technology events taking place in the coming weeks.
On Tuesday 19th October, Digital Asset Management vendor Widen will be staging their 10th annual summit. Spanning two days and featuring over 30 speakers, the event includes keynote sessions, panel discussions, and breakout sessions and represents an opportunity for Widen Collective users to network. Limited access passes are free of charge, whereas all-access passes are $99.
“The Summit is the yearly event where Widen customers gather to learn, network, and grow their Widen Collective® skills. It’s packed with actionable content and rewarding connections that will give you the knowledge and confidence to fuel digital asset management (DAM) and product information management (PIM) success in your organization.” [Read More]
Cloud SaaS provider Cloudinary are hosting a free to attend webinar exploring DAM automation on Thursday 21st October. Entitled ‘Intelligent DAM Automation: Create, Collaborate and Launch in Seconds, Not Weeks‘, topics covered will include workflow optimisation and asset creation, how to reduce duplicates, and tips on improving channel-based performance.
“Hear how brands such as Levi’s, Guess, and Babolat are utilizing cutting-edge DAM features to launch fully populated and optimized digital properties in hours instead of weeks or months. The result? Fast-loading and engaging media experiences that lead to increased revenue, engagement, and customer loyalty. Building, growing and maintaining a strong digital presence is a must for all brands. Register for this informative webinar today to learn why adopting a modern DAM allows brands to spend less time with antiquated tools and processes, and more time on creativity, and business growth.” [Read More]
Finally, from Monday 25th to Thursday 28th October, the DMLA 2021 International Digital Medial Licensing Conference is taking place. Now in its 26th year, this four day event will be celebrating the DMLA’s 70th anniversary. Featuring over 50 speakers covering a broad range of trends and technologies from metadata and media forensics through to non-fungible tokens and synthetic content. Tickets cost from $195 for non-members.
“Everywhere we look we find innovation and inspiration, so this year’s conference schedule is full of both. Sessions are coming together quickly, featuring Adobe, Google, Microsoft and Getty, with hints of Apple and a return of our intrepid photographers / videographers, who have emerged from the trenches ready to tell tales. We’ll talk NFTs, AI, provenance and drones. We’ll dive deeper into synthetic content, free content and mind-bending technology. Then we’ll look to the future and how diversity, authenticity, metadata, remote production and vertical content are shaping this creator economy.” [Read More]Share this Article: