The IBC Conference is an unrivalled global destination for discussion and debate about the many different challenges facing the electronic media and entertainment industry, both in its sessions and in the range of networking opportunities it affords. This year’s theme was Transformation in the Digital Era: Leadership, Strategy and Creativity in Media and Entertainment.
NAB Show New York is your inside look at the who and what making NYC a media and entertainment powerhouse. Capitalize on this setting to grow your network, enhance your skillset and boost your bottom line. Together with these global leaders from media and entertainment’s major industry verticals, you’ll survey, interact and uncover the trends reshaping your business.
The CHRO US Summit is a unique opportunity for the nation’s greatest HR thinkers to collaborate on current industry challenges and trends. The event will include representatives from various industries, including health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities, education and more. Attending CHROs and HR executives engage in peer-on-peer networking, while discussing the issues currently affecting the Human Resources community. http://www.chrosummit.us/
Streaming Media conferences and expos are the only events dedicated entirely to the business, technology, and content of online video. Attendees can learn from online video experts, try out new products on the expo floor, and, most importantly, have fun while learning new things and networking with your peers. You can expect to leave with actionable advice and new strategies for moving your business forward. http://www.streamingmedia.com/Conferences/West2017/default.aspx
The 2017 CMO Forum is a day of keynote presentations, fireside chats, panel sessions, and interactive group discussion sessions that enable you to learn about and discuss these topics and more. Plus, you can expand your network by meeting peers from across the nation and around the world. https://www.argyleforum.com/Events/2017-cmo-forum-b2b-marketing-in-the-digital-era--san-francisco