Charlie Stryker, Chairman & CEO of The Venture Development Center, Inc. (VDC) moderates panel discussion at 2014 JEGI Media & Technology Conference – The Evolution of Interactive, Marketing Services & Technology
January 16, 2014 – The Jordan Edminston Group, the leading independent investment bank for media, technology and marketing services, hosted its 10th annual Media & Technology Conference with 300 senior-level industry executives from across the media, marketing and technology sectors participating. It was the largest attendance in the event’s history.
The conference featured an impressive roster of dynamic, world-class speakers who shared their views and insights on the continuing impact that technology is having on the media and marketing industries. As the media and technology markets continue to evolve and intertwine at a rapid pace, companies are increasingly focused on transformative growth and new ways to generate revenue, including via data, analytics, social media, workflow solutions, SaaS models, marketing technology, and more.
Charlie Stryker, Chairman & CEO of VDC was invited to JEGI’s event to present an overview on the history of Big Data. After his presentation, he hosted a panel discussion on New Data and Technology Transforming Marketing. Panelists included Jonathan Flatow, CEO, OneSource Information Services who spoke of Big Data’s impact on the B2B space, Auren Hoffman, CEO, LiveRamp contributed insights on all things Digital and Neil Isford, VP, Smarter Solutions, IBM North America commented on the developments within IBM’s Watson cognitive computing initiative.
About The Venture Development Center, Inc.
The Venture Development Center, Inc. (VDC) is an advisory services firm that assists its clients in identifying, defining, and implementing breakthrough uses of Big Data. The VDC success story is based on the unique ability of the organization to identify new and powerful data assets from the Big Data ecosystem and then develop applications and information use cases that drive solid revenue results and transform existing business practices. The practice areas that characterize VDC projects include creating new products and revenue streams for data owners and bringing forth new information assets and strategies to educate and assist data users to adapt to the rapidly changing world of Big Data.