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Vintage Innovation in Remote Learning: An Interview with John Spencer

Susan Riley | September 2020 Vintage Innovation in Remote Learning with John Spencer As we prepare for our upcoming Remote Learning Online Conference, there are quite a few threads to examine. One of the main thoughts we're exploring is the idea of elegant simplification. And no one does that better [...] The post Vintage Innovation in Remote Learning: An Interview with John Spencer appeared first on The Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM.
Tags: Professional Development, Conferences, John Spencer, Susan Riley, Institute for Arts Integration

You Ask, I Answer: Adapting Presentations for Virtual?

Cathy asks, Can an in-person talk be adapted for a digital experience? What skills are different for virtual presentations? In a room, you are addressing one to many. In a digital/virtual environment, you are addressing one to one. For the most part, on the other end of a connection there won’t be a dozen people. […]
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Conferences, Speaking, Cathy

You Ask, I Answer: Customizing Speaking Presentations?

Cathy asks, So you’re a subject matter expert, but your audiences (i.e. seniority, industries, geography) from gig to gig differ. How do you go about customizing presentations while maintaining your core message? This one is straightforward: the more Q&A you include, the more every presentation is customized to what that audience wants to hear. If […]
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Conferences, Speaking, Cathy

You Ask, I Answer: In-Person Conferences and the Pandemic?

Stephanie asks, “What will in-person events need to think about, implement and communicate for you to feel comfortable returning to some of your favorite conferences?” Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. For professional advice about COVID-19 please consult a qualified virologist or epidemiologist. For in-person conferences to be safe, a vaccine needs to be […] The post You Ask, I Answer: In-Person Conferences and the Pandemic? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Scie...
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You Ask, I Answer: Driving Leads Without Conferences?

Stephanie asks, “The pandemic has led to the cancellation of many conferences. If in-person events are a cornerstone touchpoint for a brand, how should marketers pivot? What can they do now to drive pipeline activity?” It depends on how you got your pipeline from shows. Was it as a sponsor and you got the list? […] The post appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
Tags: Marketing, Sales, Strategy, Seo, Conferences, Stephanie, Penn Marketing Data Science Keynote

Retail Innovation: A Collision Conference Interview with Doug Stephens

Collision Conference has quickly become one of the world’s largest tech and innovation gatherings. This year’s event, Collision From Home, took place online from June 23-25. Over 32,000 startups, investors, industry leaders, and innovators from across the globe came together virtually to explore, discover, learn and connect. Doug Stephens, best-selling author and founder of Retail Prophet, joined a panel at Collision From Home to discuss Rebuilding the Retail Sector. I was able to meet with D...
Tags: Amazon, South Korea, Disruption, Shopping, Interviews, Boston, New York City, Innovation, Retail, Tommy Hilfiger, Conferences, Consumers, Consumer Behavior, Collision, Cbc Radio, Doug

Transformation 2020: Instrumental Tools for the Future – The PLLIP Summit

The 2020 PLLIP Summit is set to kick off on Friday, July 10 th .  For the first time ever the Summit will be presented as a virtual event.  While over the past several months, we all have experienced and possibly, over experienced Zoom, WebEx, Google Hangouts, and FaceTime, the Summit promises to be an unforgettable experience.  We asked each speaker to provide some insight into what you can expect from their session.  Keynote Address: Reinventing the Modern Law Firm From Information...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Innovation, Collaboration, Facetime, Conferences, Pll, Thompson Reuters, Alycia, Ari Kaplan, Jeremy Sullivan, Power of Practical Innovation, Competitive Intelligence Analytics DLA Piper LLP, Alycia Sutor, PLLIP

Following success of Collision From Home, Web Summit to go online-ish

"Glastonbury for Geeks” will proceed as both an online and offline event
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Collision From Home is the stunning future of tech conferences

Collision From Home is everything a virtual show can be. CES, are you listening?
Tags: News, Opinion, Trends, Ces, Conferences, Trade Shows, Virtual Events, Collision Conference

Q&A during the Interpol Digital Forensics Expert Group 2020

On Tuesday, June 16 Atola’s Yulia Samoteykina spoke at Interpol’s annual Digital Forensic Expert Group. After the presentation about our imagers’ multi-pass imaging system and other damaged media functionality, we received a few follow-up questions. In this blog we would like to reiterate the answers to these questions: Can Atola imager acquire evidence from damaged SSDs? As is true with any type of media, the degree of damage will inform how we can help with data recovery from a specifi...
Tags: Finance, Hard Drives, Conferences, Interpol, Ext4, NFI, NAND, Customer Relations, Atola, AFF4, Atola Forensic Imager, Damaged Ssd, Digital Forensics Tools, Failed To Copy, Forensic Hardware, Hardware Issues

You Ask, I Answer: Recommendations for Virtual Tradeshows?

Krystal asks, “With many of our tradeshows canceled for this year, our president wants to look at doing a virtual tradeshow. We get a ton of new leads for new practices and expansions. We are not an industry leader by any means but would love to hear thoughts on platforms and costs associated with this. […] The post You Ask, I Answer: Recommendations for Virtual Tradeshows? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
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The Geek in Review Ep. 76 – The Do’s and Don’t’s of Virtual Conferences – Litera’s Haley Altman and Alma Asay

While most of us in the legal industry were still finding their sea legs when it came to working from home, today’s guests were planning a moon shot experiment of creating a virtual legal conference completely from scratch. Haley Altman and Alma Asay from Litera Microsystems talk with us about their experiences in creating and producing The Changing Lawyer LIVE! virtual conference back in April. There were some victories, and some challenges along the way, but the end result was pretty impressi...
Tags: Google, Podcast, Law, Uncategorized, Marketing, Conferences, Online Content, Harvard Law School, Haley, Alma, Alma Asay, Haley Altman, Litera Microsystems, Litera, Apple Podcast Contact, Spotify Information Inspirations Google

Visit our virtual booth every Wednesday!

In the brave new world of physical distancing, when so many of the digital forensics events get canceled or postponed, we want to fill the void and keep the conversation going.  Atola is inviting you to our virtual booth. Starting May 20, we will be available for an hour-long live conversation every week on Wednesdays.  Just follow this link: Wanna see our tools in action? No problem! And ask us: how to image more drives, faster why replacing a doze...
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Analytics Unite

Cheryl Perkins, Innovationedge Founder and President, is excited to be a co-chair for Analytics Unite October 4-6 in Chicago. Join her for this not to be missed event that will feature sessions focused on identifying purpose-driven analytics while bringing top executives in retail, consumer brands, and healthcare together to achieve all-around success as we move further into a new digital age for consumers. Learn from the best! Register for Analytics Unite here: Analytics Unite The post A...
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IBM THINK 2020 Digital Experience: Day 1 Review

We look back at day 1 of the IBM THINK Digital Experience. Completely different from the in-person experience, but neither better nor worse. Highlights: – AI for IT – complexity of systems – Rob Thomas on a more layperson-friendly Watson Studio AutoAI – Tackling of more complex issues with AI – Data supply chain and […] The post IBM THINK 2020 Digital Experience: Day 1 Review appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ibm, Ai, Conferences, Rob Thomas, Marketing Technology, Penn Marketing Data Science Keynote, AI Data

Speaking to an Audience of One

As I was recording a session for an upcoming virtual conference today, Ann Handley whispered in my ear. Not literally. We’re all sheltering in place. Ann said in one of her many talks on email marketing that when you write an email newsletter, no matter how many subscribers are on your list, only one person […] The post Speaking to an Audience of One appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
Tags: Marketing, Seo, ANN, Conferences, Speaking, Ann Handley, Penn Marketing Data Science Keynote

You Ask, I Answer: Conference Alternatives for Lead Generation?

Jason asks, “We’ve traditionally relied on trade shows and conferences to generate brand awareness and leads. Even though our conferences are gone, we still need to do lead gen…. what is your plan now? Virtual conferences/webinars?” The role of a conference really is about establishing brand and credibility in front of a crowd. So, where […] The post You Ask, I Answer: Conference Alternatives for Lead Generation? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
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Canceled conferences will force startups to focus on scalable lead generation

Dan Wheatley Contributor Share on Twitter Dan Wheatley is CEO/co-founder of StraightTalk Consulting, a SaaS operations and growth consultancy that works with B2B founders to implement long-term, data-driven growth strategies. Described by Sequoia Capital as the black swan event of 2020, the long-term economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic on startups is still to be seen. However, one effect which is sure to disrupt the MO o...
Tags: Startups, Column, Tech, Metallica, Sequoia Capital, Conferences, Growth, Lead Generation, Forbes, Growth Marketing, Extra Crunch, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Dan Wheatley, StraightTalk Consulting

O'Reilly Media shutters its conference business forever

O'Reilly Media's events, from the old Emerging Tech Conference and OSCON to FOO Camps and Strata, have long been energized gatherings of geeks from around the world. Sadly, O'Reilly president Laura Baldwin has announced the end of O'Reilly's in-person events division. That marks the end of an era in computer culture. From O'Reilly: It has been a rough few weeks as we’ve seen the COVID-19 virus take a toll on our livelihoods, our families and the world economy. People are losing their lives,...
Tags: Post, Business, News, Events, Computers, Conferences, Reilly, O'Reilly, OSCON, O Reilly Media, Geeks, Laura Baldwin, Strata California, Strata London

Join Us! How To Ideate Remotely With Your Team

Whether it's a global pandemic or just cutting cost on travel, there are times when you need to work with your team to generate new ideas and possibilities while remote. Join us on March 24 at 12:00pm EST for this one hour webinar on how to use the SIT Method with a virtual team. Your hosts, Drew Boyd and Darla Wilkinson, will share practical tips and techniques on how to make a virtual ideation session a success. Specifically, participants will learn: How to apply the Closed World Principle...
Tags: US, App, Canada, Web/Tech, Innovation, Conferences, University Of Cincinnati, Drew, Johnson Johnson, Practitioner, Drew Boyd, Inside The Box, Darla, Closed World Principle, Darla Wilkinson, Innovation on Command

More Family Court COVID-19 arrangements

Following on from yesterday's news, the Family and Federal Circuit Courts have announced changes to registrars and child dispute services procedures in response to COVID-19, effective immediately: FROM THE FAMILY COURT OF AUSTRALIA AND THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT OF AUSTRALIA Managing the health and safety of the community, Judges and staff is our priority. Due to the escalating situation regarding COVID-19, and in anticipation of any further measures announced by Government, some urgent operation...
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Where top VCs are investing in remote events

The novel coronavirus pandemic has rapidly moved companies into a remote-first world. Nearly all of the world’s largest events have been canceled, put on pause or pivoted to online-only. In the tech world, event cancellations thus far have included SXSW, GDC, Mobile World Congress, Google I/O, Facebook F8, E3 and others. As more and more hosts consider staging fully remote events as possible alternatives, we decided to take a deeper look into the venture-backed startups focused on supporting lar...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Video, Events, Tech, Fundraising, Venture Capital, Virtual Reality, Andreessen Horowitz, TechStars, Northzone, Paul Murphy, Conferences, Accel Partners, Index Ventures, Connie Chan

TED2020 Postponed Until July

Amidst concern over the spread of COVID-19, numerous festivals, conferences and more have been postponed, moved to streaming models of attendance, or canceled entirely. Initially scheduled for 20-24 April, TED2020 is one of those events. Rather than simply make the decision in-house, TED polled registered attendees to find whether or not they wished to keep the scheduled April dates and livestream panels and talks or …
Tags: Design, Ted, Culture, Festivals, Vancouver, Meetings, Conferences, Talks, Linkaboutit, Tedtalks, Coronavirus, COVID-19, TED2020

Innova-Con: Innovation in Military Aviation 2020

Cheryl Perkins will be speaking at Innova-Con: Innovation in Military Aviation 2020, the premier, interactive training workshop for senior leaders in military aviation. This immersive event will be held on April 28-30, 2020 at the Holiday Inn Solomons Island, Maryland. It will bring together an outstanding faculty to provide participants with innovation leadership insights, skill-building activities, and new solutions in an accelerated format. Key themes include the role of continuous innovation...
Tags: America, Innovation, Conferences, Speaking Engagements, Cheryl, Innova, Cheryl Perkins, Solomons Island Maryland

Reimagining Conferences

At a time when the COVD-19 novel coronavirus is causing conferences around the world to be canceled or postponed, it’s more important than ever to take a long hard look at the fundamental ways that large gatherings for professional purposes are structured. For too long, organizers have tried to cram a full schedule of keynotes, […]
Tags: Technology, Conferences, Public Speaking, Forbes, Speaking, Business Communication, Keynotes, Coronavirus, COVID-19

Cancel Culture Comes to South By Southwest

South By Southwest kicks off next week. Or does it? According to The Verge, Twitter is canceling employee travel to the annual South by Southwest festival, including CEO Jack Dorsey’s planned keynote, due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus. The company announced Sunday it was halting all “non-critical business travel and events”, saying […] The post Cancel Culture Comes to South By Southwest appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Advertising, Jack Dorsey, Conferences, Sxsw, Southwest, Economic Indicators

How to make a deal with a VC at a tech conference

Mahendra Ramsinghani Contributor Share on Twitter Mahendra Ramsinghani is the founder of Secure Octane Investments, which includes Demisto, CyberGRX and 16 other infrastructure and cybersecurity companies. He is the author of "The Business of Venture Capital" and "Startup Boards," co-authored with Brad Feld. More posts by this contributor With Alibaba, Pivotal and Lightbend on board, Reactive flexes its ROI muscle...
Tags: Column, Tech, Fundraising, Venture Capital, Brad Feld, Private Equity, Rsa, Conferences, Foundation Capital, Accel Partners, Institutional Venture Partners, Palo Alto Networks, Techcrunch Disrupt, Sxsw, Wing Venture Capital, Trivedi

Interview: Ravi Naidoo, Founder of Design Indaba

As the 25th edition approaches, its key creative figure shares his thoughts on design as a tool When you share a room with Ravi Naidoo you cannot help but notice his presence. The Design Indaba founder emanates and attracts positive energy; it’s an off-shoot of the power of believing in what you produce. Both a thinker and a doer, Naidoo is also the founder and …
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How Connection Saves Lives and How Policymakers Need to Understand That

Over this past weekend, I participated in my first outreach event for Mental Health America at the NBC4 Telemundo 44 Health and Fitness Expo in Washington, D.C.  Dr. Martin Luther King said that people “fear each other because they do not know each other.  They do not know each other because they do not communicate with each other.”  Here is what I learned at the event: it is easy to communicate with people about mental health because the topic is accessible across culture, race and age. In addi...
Tags: Psychology, General, Washington, Communication, Mental Health, Policy and advocacy, Medicare, Martin Luther King, Conferences, Publishers, Connection, Mental Health And Wellness, Mental Health America, Mental Health Policy, Health and Fitness Expo, Mental Health Advocacy

CES 2020 Highlights

Every year I come away from CES (Consumer Electronics Show) amazed at how influential technology has become in our lives.  It’s not just about clever gadgets, large screen TVs, concept cars, and shiny objects – it’s about the many ways our world is changing. The displays and talks reflected how everything from healthcare, the environment, and urbanization to retail, transportation, and travel are powered by technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, 5G, Augmented Reality (as well as “Parallel...
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