January 27, 1998. 6:30 PM - Size Matters? (joint event with LTBN)
- Five entrepreneurs share their perspectives on the issues that face their company at various stages of development, from a small one-person operation to an established, international company. Speakers: Steve Schnall, Bowne & Co.; Carey Earle, Barndoor Consulting; Rob Steir, MBA Interim Solutions; Josh Glantz, USWeb Metro; Glenn Meyers, Rare Medium.
February 24, 1998. 6:00 PM - CONVERGENCE: ELECTRONIC EDITION
(joint event with Center for Communication, co-sponsored by NYU's Stern School of Business)
- As traditional media companies move their businesses online, is the new wagging the old? Come wrap your mind around the meaning of brand extension in the digital age. Speakers: Andrew Shotland, Director of Content Development, NBC Digital Productions; Mark Bernstein, Vice President, CNN; Kathryn Creech, General Manager, HomeArts Network; M.J. Bear, Manager of New Media Services, NPR; Elizabeth Osder, Content Development Editor, www.nytimes.com. Moderator: Dr. Augustine Fou, President, go-Digital Internet Consulting Group, Inc.
Special Location: Stern School of Business, NYU, 44 West 4th Street (southeast side, Washington Square Park), Cantor Board Room, 11th Floor.
March 31, 1998. 6:30 PM - Personalization: Your Very Own Agent
- As the web continues to become more unwieldy and search engines less effective, personalization technologies must "step up to the plate" to deliver relevant and timely information. In this panel we assemble new media companies that specialize in personalization for a no-holds-barred debate about the features, merits, and effectiveness of their technologies.
April 28, 1998. 6:30 PM - The Internet Future: Part I: Inside New Media
- In an industry as rapidly evolving and as young as the Internet industry, few have taken a breath to analyze the components and interactions within the industry itself. To understand and better prepare for The Internet Future, we take an insider look at the dynamics between technology players, service providers, content creators, aggregators, and support players.
May 26, 1998. 6:30 PM - Entrepreneurial Resources a.k.a. "How to Make Money"
- What every entrepreneur wants to know... I have a great idea; now how do I build a business around it. Come find out about the wealth of resources available to entrepreneurs from non-profit organizations, to the Small Business Administration, to established entrepreneurs.
June 30, 1998. 6:30 PM - The Internet Future: Part II: Revolutionizing Industries
- "The Internet will rock your world," claimed an un-named publication in the early days of the industry. Not only has it transformed the way people communicate and interact, it will revolutionize the business of industries as we know it. We will address 4 industries which have already been "shaken up" and "shaken down" by the Internet and what this means to the future of YOUR business.
July 28, 1998. 6:30 PM - Networking Your Way Up
- Building a business is about selling yourself and your idea and finding the right people to help up to the top. Join a super networker and a super salesman in a wildly entertaining session on getting what YOU want.
August 25, 1998. 6:30 PM - Virtual Communities, Real Profit?
- You've heard it once, you've heard it a thousand times. Everybody since Net.Gain has ranted and raved about how virtual communities are the holy grail of the Internet and a central tool for making money. Here we take a hard look back at case studies of successes and failures.
September 29, 1998. 6:30 PM - Identifying New Opportunities
- Got the bug? the entrepreneurial bug, that is? Join us to hear unusual success stories of opportunities found and discover ways to leave no stone unturned in your quest for the next billion-dollar idea.
November 9, 1998. 6:00 PM - Bring Me the Money II !
Citicorp Center, 153 East 53rd Street (btn Lex / 3rd Ave), 14th Floor Executive Dining Room H
- We take a look back at the wild successes of 1998 in the Internet space, from the billion-dollar IPOs to the massive mergers and acquisitions.
December 1998. - on vacation