The growth of digital assets has been phenomenal and the pace of growth AND the importance of managing and monetizing those assets is increasing with each passing month. Over the past 17 years at DAM New York we've seen it all - from slow incremental change all the way to rapid, disruptive, revolutionary change. We've seen it, discussed it, explored its implications and presented opinions on what to do as a consequence. Our audience is drawn from a wide range of industries, including: manufacturing, distribution services, film, broadcast, media and finance, business to business and business to consumer, commercial and not-for-profit and some of the best known brands in the world. Libraries, museums and universities are also a growing part of our community for whom DAM has become increasingly important. We embrace the divergence while observing the commonality of learning needs. Our speakers and panelists who are experts and accomplished leaders in DAM have this firmly in mind as they share their experiences with our audience. Their insights are practical; their work is far-reaching; they deal with how digital assets impact everyday business and what must be done as a consequence. Join us this May in NYC at the world's largest conference dedicated to Digital Asset Management and access that knowledge and experience! On Thursday May 02, 2019 at 9:00 am (ends Friday May 03, 2019 at 5:30 pm) Venue details:New York Hilton Midtown Hotel, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 10019, United States Category: Conferences | Engineering & Technology | Technology Price:End User: $1399.0,Solution Provider: $1699.0,Not for Profit: $899.0 Speakers: Carlos Acevedo, The Jewish Museum, Graham Allan, KlarisIP, Liana Cave, Hilton, Adam Crane, Dell, Jennifer Cwiok, American Museum of Natural History, Laura Dawson, HBO, Tom Fabbricante, Weight Watchers, Ricki Gardner, Nestlé Waters North America, Barb Hayden, Procter & Gamble, John Horodyski, Optimity Advisors, Callum Hughes, Amazon Studios, Vick Kelsey, Vice Media LLC, Kimberly Klotz, University of Central Arkansas, Cyndie Lalic, Amazon Studios, Iris Lee, American Museum of Natural History, Stephanie Lemieux, Dovecot Studio, Yonah Levenson, HBO, Sana Masood, Wildlife Conservation Society, Chris McDonough, Bank of America, Dario Mescia, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Kristy Ramsammy, Condé Nast Co/Lab, Theresa Regli, Doris Sanocki, General Mills, Lilli Schestag, GAP, Anna Securda, Vice Media LLC, Azita Shahidi, Godiva Chocolatier, Inc, Cristina Vignone, Tiffany & Co.