Insight Exchange Network (IEN) DAM Practitioners’ Summit, 30-31st January 2020, New York

This coming January sees the third annual DAM Practitioners’ Summit from Insight Exchange Network.  Widely held as the DAM industry’s most respected conference due to the high standard of speakers and the quality of information offered, the two-day event covers a wide range of keynotes, speakers and discussion topics, including:

  • Increasing user adoption
  • DAM careers and expanding your skillset
  • Defining and identifying your DAM’s true value
  • Real-world DAM case studies
  • High quality, low-key expert advice via numerous panel discussions
  • Integration and workflow impact

You can view the full agenda at the link below:

Speakers, panellists and vendor representatives include:

  • Suzanne Saylor, Boeing
  • Kathryn Gronsbell, Carnegie Hall
  • Kenneth Hurta, Brandfolder
  • Margie Foster, Dell Technologies
  • Ian Matzen, MLIS, Tame Your Assets
  • Stacey Jurgensen, PBS
  • Carol Thomas-Knipes, Logic Source
  • Ralph Windsor, DAM News/DAM Guru Program

A full list of speakers can be viewed at the link below:

Last year’s conference received a good deal of positive feedback from its attendees, and a detailed review concluded that the summit had firmly established itself as the prime event for DAM’s end user community.  With very few vendors in attendance, this event is highly focussed on the hands-on practice of DAM itself, as well as offering an invaluable networking and discussion opportunities with users and industry professionals alike.

Held at the AMA Conference Center in New York, the conference begins on Thursday 30th January 2020 and the schedule runs until Friday afternoon.  Early bird registrations are available until December 20th, and courtesy of IEN, we have an exclusive discount code available for DAM News readers.

You can use the following code for your discount:


Full details of the summit can be viewed at the link below.

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