Join Us at Henry Stewart DAM Events in NYC and London

  • 8-Apr-2015

Coming up soon in both New York City (May 6 - 8) and London (June 24-26) are the Henry Stewart Events on Digital & Media Asset Management, the premier conferences for the DAM industry.

To kick off the conference is a full day of tutorials, where I'll be teaching two half-day educational seminars on The Fundamentals of DAM, and a second on Marketing Automation, Campaign & Lead Management.

Following will be a two-day conference with hundreds of fellow DAM practicitioners in attendance. My plenary session this year will focus on the topics of scalable architectures, innovation and risk-taking, and building strong technology foundations. As the conference continues, my colleagues Jarrod Gingras and Mark Davey will be talking about technology selection as well as where DAM fits into the world of Web 3.0. Get ready to talk omni-channel!

You can use the code RSG100 to get a discount on registration.  If you're a subscriber, please let us know if you'll be there, and we'll be happy to welcome you to the customer appreciation dinner we'll be hosting during the conference.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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