DAM Asia-Pacific 2022

The Art and Practice of Managing Digital Media

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John Horodyski

Managing Director, Insights & Analytics

Salt Flats

John is an Executive with Salt Flats with management strategy experience in Information Management including Digital Asset Management (DAM), Metadata and Taxonomy design, Content strategy, Data strategy, Data Analytics, Governance, MarTech, and Marketing Operations.

John is a world leading expert and has provided strategic direction and consulting for a variety of Fortune 10, 50, 100, and 500 clients from Consumer Packaging Goods, to Media & Entertainment, the Pharmaceutical industry, and Insurance. John is also an Adjunct Faculty member at San Jose State University where he teaches a graduate course in Digital Asset Management.

In addition to regular training & public speaking on digital media and metadata, John is a Board Member/Metadata Editor of the Journal of Digital Media Management and is a monthly DAM contributor to CMS Wire. In May 2016, John published the book, “Inform, Transform, Outperform: Digital Content Strategies to Optimise Your Business for Growth.” John's new book, “Metadata Matters” to be published in September 2021 by Taylor & Francis. 

What others say

It is refreshing to see that the issues Digital Asset Managers face around the world are indeed universal. Events such as these provide an avenue for DAM professionals to discuss challenges and share solutions. By remaining platform agnostic in these sessions, Henry Stewart provides a place for safe and honest discussions.

Shane Appleby
Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art

HS DAM events are definitely a great learning opportunity about DAMs and other related subjects. Each lecture focuses on different topics and ways of integrating DAMs to different fields. Looking forward to other events such as these.

Alizsa Lynn Franco
Cultural Center of the Philippines

The DAM Asia-Pacific conference by HS Events exceeded my expectations. The presenters were very generous and informative and the space was welcoming and inclusive for all levels of DAMS practitioner. Thank you again. 

Lee-Anne Raymond
Museums Victoria