For those of you who missed or were unable to attend the DigitalBusiness event we recently hosted in Perth, Australia – we have picked out a few of the keynotes from the opening event on the 26th April. We’ve also collated the majority of the speaker slides from across the three days, and if we’re missing one you particularly wanted to see please let us know.
DigitalBusiness was the highlight event from the three days – designed exclusively for business and digital thinking organisations. It focused on the theme of “mobile and social” as key challenges facing business in the digital age and showcased the latest thinking in social media, social mobile and social commerce to help you develop more effective digital strategies for your organisation or business.
We’ve also included in the post a list of the presentation packs that were shown across the three days for those of you who have been asking us recently. You can also catch all the highlight videos on our Vimeo channel
Author, ‘Social Media Revenue’ and FORBES Magazine Top 50 social media influencer
What happens when industries shift from “service” to “platform”? When Facebook becomes a bank, when the eBay model becomes the standard business model for the future? This presentation takes you through all 22 different business models including Etsy making 1 billion dollars last year from craftspeople to Kickstarter and Pozible models.
Michael Walton, Executive Director Consumer & Business Intelligence, Nielsen Pacific
The consumer research behind the key trends driving buying and mobile behaviour: how and why is the internet, social media and multi-screen viewing transforming and revolutionising consumer buying behaviour.
International speaker and COO of Word of Mouth firm, 1000heads, Joanne Jacobs will illustrate the impact of mobile consumer behaviour and she will use case studies in social business practice to demonstrate the value of deploying stories and influencers to engage with business audiences.
Why social is necessary to generate trust
Why influencers are key to business improvement
How stories facilitate relationships as well as conversations
How mobile changes consumers into active communities and advocates
Social commerce is the uncharted frontier of the social web, but it’s coming sooner than we think. How can community strategy and management take things to the next level – from ‘click to buy’, to ‘recommend’ and beyond?
Sydney No Events Announced Follow us on Twitter at @media140au to get the latest news and announcements on the next events.
6th & 7th June The BIG Science Communication Summit
Inspiring Australia, TechNyou and ScienceRewired are excited to announce a 2-day hands-on summit to map out the next challenges for science communication in Australia and to collaboratively address best-practice solutions.
Liveblog and Summit Highlights