Henry Stewart Conferences DAM Division has 4 conferences coming up, actually two pairs, one set in NYC and the other in London, plus some great webinars:
The importance of ‘Creative Operations’ – the tools, systems and methods that maximise productivity in the creative process – is being increasingly recognised by leading organisations. Although some in Europe are not yet using the term, many are utilising the approach to make workflow improvements, deliver cost efficiencies and ultimately accelerate their creative production. What was considered a back office function, is fast becoming a key driver in the production of great creative work.
The New York Conference overlaps with the May 2-3 DAM NY 2019, The Art & Practice of Managing Digital Media – all from the user’s perspective. This conference moves to London on June 27-28, presumably with a European bent. If anyone is allowed to travel to London.
As the world’s largest conference dedicated to Digital Asset Management, DAM New York is a unique environment to exchange knowledge, share experiences and build long lasting professional networks. Join 100+ speakers across 60+ sessions covering Metadata, Integration, AI, Automation, Creative Operations, Corporate Archives, Video Workflow, Rights Management, Semantics, Governance and more.
Over the past 16 years at this event, we’ve seen, discussed and explored everything DAM – all from the user’s perspective. Always striving to cover the latest thinking and new developments in the field, we are excited to announce a wide range of brand new content for DAM NY 2019.
Well attended, focused on this specific niche, these are some of the best conferences for DAM pros to invest in.
If you can’t travel for some reason, they have half-a-dozen webinars from January 23 to February 14, which are good for specific topics: Making Assets Dynamic, Creative Operations, DAM in the Content Supply Chain, Rules of the Road to One Source of Truth which is an interesting use-case webinar about the work of Jaguar Land Rover and Spark44, and Finding the DAM to love – for the long term.