WoodWing US Tour - New York

 

 
 
Exclusive Breakfast Meetup with WoodWing

 

Featuring insights from
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Thursday, November 16th, 2017

Prepare to Soar:
The Emerging Generation of Storytelling
 

Join us for our exclusive breakfast meetup in New York on Thursday, November 16th. Prepare to see into the future of content and storytelling and position your brand for success. 

We’ve spent a lot of time so far this year diving deep with content creators into their experiences with storytelling, content production and management. Due to positive feedback from our New York meetup in August, we’re coming back for an encore session to share some of the emerging opportunities we’ve found in the changing multi-channel content landscape. 
 
With the emerging generation of storytelling, adaptability to new formats, technology and channels is essential to keeping your brands and stories alive. Navigating these topics can be complex. Have breakfast with us, network and gather insight from your peers and industry experts.

We’ll cover these topics, and more: 

  • Ongoing evolution of multi-channel content publishing
  • Open technologies, integrations and digital experience
  • Brand relevance and engagement with future consumers
  • Redefining content revenue streams
     

We have limited space, so please register today.

Secure your spot!
 

 

What’s Happening? 
 

8 a.m.      Breakfast and networking
8.45 a.m.   Sneak peek insights from Forrester
9.15 a.m.   Q&A
9.30 a.m.   Open discussion/networking
10.30 a.m.   Event concludes

When?

Thursday, November 16th, 2017

 

Where?

21 W 46th St. 11th floor

Who’s Speaking? 

 

woodwing-usa-md-scott-smith.jpgScott Smith, Managing Director, WoodWing USA
Scott Smith leads the North American team for WoodWing, used by publishers, agencies and marketing departments to create and manage content in more than 100 countries around the world. Prior to joining WoodWing, Scott led a group at Time Inc. that developed and integrated software across their brands, and also worked with companies like Thomson Reuters and T3 to help streamline their technology and processes.

 

forrester-nick-barber.jpgNick Barber, Analyst, Forrester
Nick Barber researches the video and content markets at Forrester and advises companies on strategy and technology. Prior to joining Forrester, Nick was the director of online video at IDG News Service, where he was a technology news journalist serving IDG's global network of websites. Nick earned a B.S. in journalism from Boston University, where he also currently teaches as an adjunct professor.