DAM Event Updates – 2nd September 2020

A number of DAM and marketing related events are occurring next week.

On Tuesday 8th September, Henry Stewart Events is hosting ‘Selecting the Right DAM for the 2020s‘.  Spanning four 75 minute sessions exploring issues with the traditional DAM technology selection process, the event costs $499, although a 20% discount is available for the first 10 attendees that register.

In this series, we’ll explore what is wrong with the traditional way of selecting DAM technology that often leads to bad choices. And we’ll introduce a new, better way based on proven design thinking methodologies that will increase your chances of making the right choice.”  [Read More]

On Wednesday 9th September, Digital Asset Management solutions provider MediaBeacon join Optimity Advisor’s John Horodyski for this free online session. ‘These are our Assets. What did you call them?! How to build a Taxonomy that represents your Brand‘ explores the relationship between taxonomies and your brand.

Your Taxonomy is the language that is used to describe your content, and connect with your Brand. Whether it’s a DAM user trying to find assets, or your customers looking for content on your website, taxonomy drives their experience with your Brand.”  [Read More]

Microsoft present the second installment in their Libraries and Museums series of webinars. ‘Reimagining Museums and Libraries post COVID‘ is a free online session taking place on Thursday 10th September that aims to explore the impact and potential opportunities for change that the Coronavirus pandemic has brought to our museums and libraries.

We’re all aware of the enormous impact COVID-19 has had in all aspects of our lives. This is also a pivotal moment for Libraries and Museums globally as we deal with issues of financial resilience and finding new ways to engage with our audiences.”  [Read More]

Events can be posted by anyone with a free DAM News Subscription account.  See the DAM News Events Calendar for more information.

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