Tuesday, January 30, 2007

SIIA Information Industry Summit 2007: Confidence with an Umbrella

The SIIA Information Industry Summit at Cipriani in New York City drew more than 420 attendees with a higher profile of industry executives than in previous years - and an air of confidence in the face of industry changes that have benefited many in attendance. Publishing and content technology companies are experiencing healthy growth, showing healthy margins and aggressive shifts towards electronic-first operations where some had lagged in these arenas. But with an uncertain economy on the horizon umbrellas were at least thoughts about future fashion accessories.

Our live posts from the conference are on our Industry Events weblog:

Ann Moore, Chairman & CEO, Time Magazine

Whose Content is it, Anyway?

Vanishing Icons M&A Panel

Richard Zannino, Dow Jones & Company

Corporate Web 2.0 - What are Opporuntities in the B2B Space?

Peggy White Reflects on Yahoo! Finance and the Industry

CEO Panel - New Rules, New Tools

Keynote Conversation with Tad Smith, CEO, Reed Business Information

Vertical Search, Is It Really the Next Thing?

Advertising and PR for Everyone - Who is Winning the Race for Marketing Dollars?

Steve Rubel, Edelman Worldwide Me2 Revolution

Luncheon Keynote: Paul Cosgrave, NYC IT Commissioner

Multimedia Monetization - Business Models in a Broadband World

Traditional Magazines Moving to Digital Publishing

The Evolving Publisher - How Publishers are Extending Themselves Beyond Old Models
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