STL Partners’ New Digital Economics Executive Brainstorm & Developer Forum AMERICAS will take place from 5-7 April in Silicon Valley, California. New Digital Economics brings together 4 events in 1 venue, co-locating the Telco 2.0, Digital Entertainment 2.0, Mobile Apps 2.0 and Personal Data 2.0 summits.
Building on output from the 10th and 11th Telco 2.0, Privacy and Digital Entertainment 2.0 Executive Brainstorms in Los Angeles and London and new market research and analysis from STL Partners, it focuses on new growth opportunities at the intersection of Communications, Media and Entertainment.
STL Partners Brainstorm Participant Survey
The Communications, Media and Entertainment (CME) ecosystem is becoming more complex as the business models of different players converge and collide. New Digital Economics is a premium strategy event focused on new growth opportunities and business models for CME. These key themes will be explored in each of the co-located events and participants will be able to share experiences in combined brainstorming sessions.
Thomas Sachson, Co-Founder & CEO, BoxTop Solutions
Unique Interactive Format
STL Partners’ unique interactive format, called "Mindshare", gathers together representatives from across the communications, media, internet and technology sectors to explore opportunities to exploit telecoms assets and capabilities to grow business in the digital economy. It is run as a large scale structured brainstorm comprising roughly: 30% Stimulus presentations; 22% Interactive brainstorming with peers; 13% Panel discussions; 35% Networking.
Up to 500 participants including around 200 specially invited senior execs from across the telecoms, media, entertainment, internet and enterprise technology sectors in the brainstorm and 300 developers in the co-located AppCircus showcase.
For details of past participants click here.
Jeremy Butteriss, VP IPTV, Rogers Communications
STL’s series of Brainstorms attracts the leading minds and industry figures in the CME sector. In addition to STL analysts there will be over 40 presenters and panellists to stimulate the brainstorm.
4 Events in 1
Growing the digital economy through open innovation
0830-1800 5th April 2011 (Agenda)
New Market Opportunities in Comms, Media & Entertainment; Mobile Internet & Broadband Economics; Cloud Services; Business Transformation (in Multi-Sided Markets)
Multiplatform Services &
0830-1730 6th April 2011 (Agenda)
Multiplatform Services & Digital Locker Strategies; Effects of 'On-Demand' on Broadcast Economics; New Opportunities in Online Games; Connected Home 2.0; Lessons from Apple
Creating More Profitable and Sustainable Ecosystems
0830-1730 6th April 2011 (Agenda)
Best-App Store Strategies & Biz Models; Marketing, Merchandising and Monetising apps; Future Industry Requirements; Connected Home 2.0; Lessons from Apple
Igniting the Personal Data Ecosystem
0830-1700 7th April 2011 (Agenda)
Participant-led workshop building on the output from the World Economic Forum's 'Rethinking Personal Data' project. The purpose of this day is to make progress on making the vision of a Personal Data Ecosystem real. This will be a "hands-on", multi-disciplinary participant-driven session to put theory into practice.
Event Report: all participants receive an exclusive report of up to 100 pages of analysis and feedback from the brainstorm
NDE Video coverage: Key content and feedback from the event event will be recorded, edited and made available on-demand after the event
New Research: new STL Partners analysis will be released at the event
Networking: Advanced programme of social and business networking
AR Showcase: view the latest Augmented Reality platforms and applications in the exhibition area
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