Content. Rights. Solutions.
Tuesday, 18 October
Different Success Stories, One Promise: Market Knowledge, Inspiration and Network
Hall 4.2, Room Dimension
"Sometimes overlooked but surprisingly powerful: copyright licensing around the world" with Michael Healy, Executive Director, International Relations, CCC
Hall 4.0, Business Club, Analysis Stage
Publishing today depends on technology, and technology is pressing copyright in ways never imagined in the days of printing presses. Copyright holders in the Digital Age are under challenge not only from wide-ranging infringement but also so-called “reform.” In a worldwide review of “the state of copyright,” including controversial copyright-related judgments as well as legislation and legal action around the globe, panelists will lay out details of the disruption underway as well as outline how publishers have become adept at managing the disruption by harnessing market-driven forces.
- Rawan Dabbas, Emirates Publishers Association
- Sarah Faulder, Publishers Licensing Society
- Marcos da Veiga Pereira, Grupo Sextante, SNEL (Brazilian Publishers Association)
Wednesday, 19 October
11:30am - 12:00pm
Hall 6.0 E 11
Ixxus Puts Spotlight on “Smart Content” with Carl Robinson, Ixxus
For publishers, content is at the heart of every conversation with business partners – and with authors and readers, too. Since its acquisition by CCC earlier this year, Ixxus now goes far beyond traditional Enterprise Content Management (ECM), a market expected to grow to more than $9.4 billion by 2018. Learn how the Ixxus combination of content modeling, semantic linking and advanced workflow capabilities can help publishers deliver truly “smart content."
One-on-one opportunities with CCC and Ixxus experts
Hall 4.0, Business Club
10:00-11:30am OA and the Entrepreneur: Bill O'Brien and Jennifer Goodrich, CCC
Get market-tested insights to help you build a thriving Open Access publishing program. Learn where opportunity lies to enable innovation and exceeds customer expectations. Discover what an end-to-end OA publishing solution can deliver.
4:00-5:30pm Reinvent Your Content: Jake Kelleher, CCC and Paul Twelftree, Ixxus
Learn how to rapidly assemble new products, speed time to market and build new revenue streams. Discover how semantically enriching content and building links, relationships and associations between assets and entities can open up new opportunities for innovation.
In personal one-on-one conversations, our specialists will offer you objective and confidential advice on specific topics. Pre-registration is required. Individual appointments may also be booked on-site, subject to availability.
Thursday, 20 OctoberTown Hall Event
Hall 4.C, Room Concorde
9:45 – 10:45am Open Access and the Entrepreneurial Publisher
With Open Access a fact-of-life for scholarly publishing business models in 2016, many are now asking – and answering – the big question: As OA moves us to an author-centric environment, how do we make our business stronger? Panelists will share insights and best practices across the full range of stakeholders, from researchers and publishers to funders and institutions. Learn where opportunity lies to enable innovation and exceed customer expectations. Discover what an end-to-end OA publishing solution can deliver.
Featuring a one-on-one interview with Vitek Tracz, founder of BioMed Central and F1000.
- Betsy Donohue, Digital Science
- Alice Meadows, ORCID
- Brandon Nordin, ACS
- Kate Worlock, Outsell
11:00 – 11:30am The Power of Content: A Conversation with CCC CEO Tracey Armstrong
In May, Copyright Clearance Center acquired UK-based Ixxus to help harness the power of content and licensing. Together, CCC and Ixxus are now working with publishers to develop a “content-first” strategy that combines advanced semantic enrichment, a “single source of truth” content repository, and other exciting tools, says CCC CEO Tracey Armstrong. Join us for a conversation with Tracey, exploring what it takes to fuel the future of publishing.
11:30am – 12:00pm Complimentary luncheon reception
Hall 4.2, Stand E18