The Shifting Dynamics of the Content Market
The seventh annual Buying & Selling eContent conference was held on April 9-11, 2006 at Marriott's Camelback Inn in Scottsdale, AZ.
Buying & Selling eContent is an executive-level conference where the key players in the information content industry gather to learn, listen, and exchange ideas and solutions.
Buying & Selling eContent has an established reputation as the industry meeting where you can build valuable relationships and explore potential partners and deals. This is where major enterprise buyers, content industry executives, and content solutions providers come together to talk, get to know each other better, and conduct business under the stars.
Invest in the future of your enterprise with a dynamic conference program agenda that not only gives you food for thought, but plenty of opportunities to explore any topic you want with your peers and associates. Working daytime sessions provide many opportunities for participants to interact—formal talks, facilitated conversations, group discussions, private meeting breaks, and a full line-up of informal mixers combine to create a power-packed 3-day program studded with networking opportunities.
New insights … valuable contacts … strategic relationships … business development … and all the right people. At Buying & Selling eContent, you will connect and collaborate to chart new directions for the industry, and for your business.
Who Should Attend?
If you buy, sell, distribute, or provide electronic content technology solutions …
If you occupy an executive or senior management position in your enterprise …
If you want to improve your organization’s results this year and in the long run …
- Esther Dyson
- Editor-at-Large, CNET
- Tim O'Reilly
- Founder & CEO, O'Reilly Media
- Youngsuk "Y.S." Chi
- Vice-Chair, Elsevier