Amsterdam, once the financial center of the world, will for one day, December 7th 2010, be the center of online video (at least for the Netherlands) with the Online Video Summit 2010. More than a dozen experts will offer insight into online video and what it can do for you. Learn how to use online video for marketing, advertising, and driving sales and interest in your brand.
2010 Online Video Summit Overview
If you need more information for your online video marketing campaigns, advertising and monetization, SEO and strategies and best practices, this is the place to be.
Here's a description of the summit from the organizer:
Join us on 7 December in Amsterdam and learn how to use online video as an effective marketing, communication, advertising and/or monetization instrument! With so much video around, and so many people watching video online, the question is: how do you respond? The rise of online video brings great opportunities. Get inspired by the ideas and learnings of experts in marketing, media, creativity and monetization. Great insights guaranteed...
The conference will focus on that in the Netherlands and the Dutch market, but even if your Dutch isn't as good as it could be, it's still an excellent networking opportunity.
- Trends in Online Video Marketing (English)
- Strategies in Online Video Advertising & Monetization (English)
- Video SEO: How to get your videos seen? (English | Mark Robertson)
- Online video advertising in the Netherlands
- Branded video strategy, experiences & best practice.
- Online Video Marketing & Communication Case Studies
- And more - full agenda/schedule here
Who will be there?
Industry experts and leading brands involved with online video will represent:
- ABN AMRO
- GoViral (Claus Moseholm)
- Reelseo (Mark Robertson)
- Tremor Media (Dan Ruch)
- Kia Motors Sapa Pana Travel
- Abouthorses TV
- Oncology TV
- Sport 1
Important note: this summit is focused on the Dutch market, around 2/3th of the speakers will present in the Dutch language, 1/3th of the speakers will present in the English language.
Even then, a Dutch day in Amsterdam is better than an English day at the office, right? We hope to see you there.