DAM Event Updates – 3rd November 2021
There are a number of DAM and digital marketing technology related events taking place in the coming weeks.
With a broad selection of speakers, sessions and networking opportunities, this year’s Martech Summit London will be taking place on November 17th. The agenda is divided into four general themes: data-driven marketing, customer experience and engagement, emerging marketing technology, and digital transformation. This is an in-person event, with passes starting at £495 + VAT.
“The first stop of our global and international journey. A city filled with traditions and innovation, expect a matching agenda designed to reflect the latest trends and pain points modern marketers experience. As one of the most connected cities in the world, a whole host of international speakers with a wealth of experience will be in attendance, making it a truly invaluable learning experience for all.” [Read More]
Also on Wednesday 19th November is a fun and light-hearted look at the many and varied duties that DAM managers are required to undertake. How many HATS do digital asset management managers wear? is a free to attend Q&A webinar featuring a panel of leading DAM professionals.
“Join our panel of DAM experts for this live and interactive Q&A webinar as they don a selection of hats that represent the numerous roles and disciplines within Digital Asset Management. Featuring Ralph Windsor, Lisa Grimm, Henrik de Gyor, and Frank De Carlo.” [Read More]
Lisa McIntyre and Alan Porter of DAM software provider Nuxeo discuss the importance of taxonomy and folksonomy in When is a Tractor, not a Tractor? Taxonomy and Context in Your DAM Metadata. Taking place on the 18th November, this free to attend webinar will delve into context and the value it can add to your digital assets.
“It’s fine to know what something is, and even to apply what we consider to be the right name to it. But if we ignore the context in which our customers, internal and external, wish to use our media assets, then the taxonomy we apply could be meaningless.” [Read More]Share this Article: