|Date||February 11 2009 (6:00pm – 8:15pm)|
|Venue||Sanctuary Cafe, Hove, United Kingdom|
|Duration||About 2 hours|
About the event
E-consultancy is hosting its first Brighton “Digital Shorts” event on 11th February, 2009.
Two years ago Ian Jindal called "downturn" while reviewing the e-commerce prospects for 2007. On 11th February, Ian will cover some developments that are more upbeat and which will gain traction a little sooner than two years. Fresh from one of the most tense peak seasons in our brief e-commerce history Ian will review the Christmas trading, the winners, losers and considerations for digital businesses in 2009. Ian will also develop a favourite theme of behavioural data and interaction to propose a model to consider, anticipate and exploit the phenomena that arise from new uses of data.
Topics broached will include:
· Christmas trading results - winners, losers and lessons for e-commerce in 2009
· Reprise of data, metadata and mashups - where did all the Web2.0 promise go?
· Discussion of the new economic models that could emerge from behavioural and "attention" metadata - the 'attention economy'?
· A proposed model to consider and anticipate networked data interaction - phenomena and epiphenomena
Ian Jindal is a consultant, publisher and advisor, working in e-commerce for over a decade - in integrated retail, publishing and broadcast. He launched InternetRetailing, the magazine, portal and conference for the UK's etailers and multichannel retailers. Previously he was Group e-commerce Director for Littlewoods Shop Direct Group where he grew online revenues to £400m per annum.
Ian’s presentation will finish by 7:45pm, leaving plenty of time for networking over the wine and canapés. Seats are limited so make sure you book early to reserve your place.
Tickets are £35