DAM Event Updates – 21st October 2020
There are a number of DAM and marketing related events occurring next week.
On Monday 26th October, Rutgers University is kicking off its Creative Operations and Everyday Workflows with Digital Asset Management online course. Featuring a series of educational sessions covering how DAM, creative operations and workflows can come together to create streamlined business processes, the course aims to prepare students for their DAM certification program. The course fee is $895.
“A multi-channel, multi-platform world continues to increase demand for digital assets, and organizations that manage high volumes of content rely on creative operations as the cross-functional glue for marketing and communications, agency relationships, packaging, branding, publishing (digital and print), as well as other related aspects of digital assets within a business.” [Read More]
DAM software provider Bynder present their OnBrand event on Tuesday October 27th. The afternoon of free virtual sessions will be covering a wide range of topics such as post-Covid marketing, creative automation, brand activism, and the reality of online, virtual relationships. The event will be bringing together a host of influential names from across the branding and marketing industry including speakers from Spotify, Oxfam and Vice.
“As we hunker down for the winter and look forward to brighter days ahead, Studio OnBrand will provide the perfect opportunity to take a breather, gain some new perspectives, and inject some much-needed optimism and confidence into your 2021 plans.” [Read More]
Also on Tuesday 27th, Rights Management software vendor FADEL and the Book Industry Study Group will be hosting their Publishing Industry Webinar. The event is free of charge and aims to furnish organisations with the necessary best practice knowledge to implement their own rights and royalty management systems.
“As publishers continue to transform their operations to go digital, improve transparency to authors, and ultimately introduce new business models for content delivery, licensing and compensation, the role of supporting technology becomes even more critical.” [Read More]Share this Article: