edge of the web 2015 is a
a national conversation across the continent.
we plan to disrupt the
streamed across australia
have your say.
What we’re talking about
The Security Breach | The Old Framework | The User that sues you and the Machine that uses you | Pre-Emptive Hosting | What you don’t know that you don’t know | Explain like I’m five | The Transformed Team | Generation XYZ | The Wrong Partners | The Privacy Scandal | Broken Business Models | Your Marketing Plan is so 2010 | Location Marketing | New Paradigms in eCommerce and eBankingJoin the Conversation
Edge of the Web conference starts in
26th and 27th of March, 2015. In the following cities
It puts business, government and the web industry in the one virtual place, talking about the disruptions that challenge us all.
For many clients, the web requires them to re-think and re-engineer their business models. How and where should they innovate? What’s next? Tuning in or attending will give them direct access to the full body of knowledge: developers, hosts, designers, specialist consultants and online marketers. Our job in this conference is to frame the questions that help clients make well-informed decisions.
Web developers, on the other hand, are grappling with communication and management challenges. And deciding between the new technology and the even newer. For them the conference is a chance to shift briefly from normal information channels into new ones, where people talk and explain in an easily digestible form.
We are the Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA); now a national organisation, running events in all mainland states.
In 2015, here’s our agenda:
- We want to discuss how government, business and the web industry can work together better for our economic future
- We want to provide clients with clear guidelines on best practice in web development, both in the business-model sense, the process of working with developers and in technical decision-making.
- We want to discuss our own industry challenges and showcase what is edgy and worthwhile
While hosting these discussions, we plan to disrupt the conference model. We’ll crowdsource the topic development, giving all parties an opportunity to direct attention. Put your ideas in front of decision-makers, play with the sharp knives and cause a future. Your time starts now.
We’ll stream, tag, and rate content. We’ll allow some anonymous commentary. We’ll cover the interesting and the important. We’ll be incredibly interactive and collaborative and we’ll have fun in the process. We’ll price it at $99 a day.
Sydney, Melbourne, Perth on March 26 and 27, 2015 and streamed into pods in other cities.
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