DAM Event Updates – 26th August 2020
There are a number of DAM and marketing related events happening next week.
This year’s Festival of DAM is running from Tuesday 1st to Wednesday 2nd September and due to Covid-19 is now fully virtual. With over 20 sessions, the event offers a live Q&A, keynotes from industry experts, panel discussions, and an exclusive opportunity to network with DAM leaders, partners and vendors. Tickets are free for end-users, and cost between $100 and $250 for vendors and consultants.
“Join us for the DAM Festival of the year, to learn, celebrate and connect with 800+ members of your global community in our first virtual gathering. No wristbands or tokens required to watch acts on the main stage, to meet the headliners or to ride the vendor merry-go-round!” [Read More]
Following up, on September 3rd, the Festival of Creative Operations is also taking place. Hosted by Henry Stewart Events, this virtual event is free of charge for end users and boasts a feature-packed day of keynotes, practical sessions, panel discussions and a line-up including L’Oréal, LinkedIn, The New York Times, and Saatchi & Saatchi.
“Suitable for Creative Operations professionals of all maturities. You’ll hear keynotes from world leading experts, participate in diverse panel discussions, and experience ‘lightning talks’ from the leaders of tomorrow.” [Read More]
The Metadata and Discover Group (formerly CIG) is holding its biennial conference from the 7th – 11th September. This year’s conference is free to attend due to coronavirus, but places are limited to 300. For those that can’t make it, presentation resources and YouTube videos will be available following the conference.
“Cataloguing and indexing are well-established recognised skill sets which continue to be at the forefront of our group’s offer. Our name change further reflects the fact that, as well as creating metadata, information professionals also need to manage, migrate and edit metadata in order to enable discovery of resources, and that they do so increasingly in non-traditional sectors.” [Read More]Share this Article: