Monetising the Connected World – Videos, photos and blog from our Sydney event
On Thursday 7th March 2013, Harvey Nash welcomed
over 100 of Australia’s leading digital leaders to the Establishment Rooms,
Sydney for their inaugural ‘Monetising the Connected World’ event.
Event speakers included Malcolm Alder – Partner and Lead,
Digital Economy for KPMG, Mark Britt – CEO of Mi9, Jennifer Wilson – Director
at The Project Factory, Mick Liubinskas – Co-Founder of Pollenizer, Gerd
Schenkel – Executive Director of Telstra Digital, Annalie Killian – Director of
Innovation at AMP and Karen Scott Davie – Director at Digital Sydney.
The event sparked some fascinating discussions regarding
everything from skills and talent to Facebook advertising versus Google Search.
The pre-event survey also gave some interesting feedback, as
well as a lively Q&A session and Twitter coverage.
To visit the microsite for all the photos, videos and blog
of the event, please visit here
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