Virtual Attendance

Can’t make it to Dublin? Attendee the live virtual track for free! (Access to the virtual track and other session recordings will be made available after the conference.) Register here.

Note: The virtual track is being streamed from Dublin, Ireland (UTC +1). Check a time zone converter for the time in your area.

Watch the preview video for a sample of the interactive virtual attendee experience!

Virtual Track Schedule


Monday, 22 May 2017


1300–1305Welcome
Jack Molisani
Executive Director
The LavaCon Conference
1305–1400Digital Transformation and the Business of Content

Joe Gollner
Managing Director
Gnostyx Research
Ottawa, Canada
1415–1515Structured Content Authoring For All!

Jan Benedictus
CEO, Liones / FontoXML
Rotterdam, Netherlands
1515–1615Tea and Biscuit Break, Exhibitor Demos
1615–1715A Tale of a Happy Marriage: Content Strategy and User Experience Strategy

Payal Mistry
UX Lead
VSF Experts
Mannheim, Germany
1715– 1830Networking in Exhibit Hall

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

0900–0920Be a Product Samurai
Chris Lukassen
Product Samurai
Xebia Group, Apeldoorn, Netherlands
0920–0940Think Again
Megan Gilhoolly
Sr. Manager of Content Management
Amazon.com, Seattle, USA
0940–1000Feed the Goldfish in 19 Minutes and 52 Seconds
Stefan Gentz
Global TechComm Evangelist
Adobe Systems, München, Germany
1015–1115Digital Content Strategy: Lessons Learned from Translating Customer Insights into Relevant Content Experiences

Irina Pashina
Senior Director, Content Strategy and Customer Experience, SAP Marketing
Walldorf, Germany
1130–1230Getting the Right Rules Ready for Your Flight to LavaCon Dublin: Your Life Depends on It!

Anna Ngu
Rulemaking Assistant, EASA, Cologne, Germany and
Steffen Frederiksen
CSO, DitaExchange, Aarhus, Denmark
1230-1350Lunch
1350–1410Taking Control of Your Content Career
Victoria Koster-Lenhardt
Employment Consultant
Vienna, Austria
1410–1430The Number One Career-Building Skill for Content Professionals (or Anybody, Really)
Andrea Ames
Enterprise Content Experience Strategist
IBM, Maine, USA
1445–1545Taking Your Content with You—From Knowledge Base to Mobile App

Eric Kuhnen
Director of Global Operations
Astoria Software
San Francisco, CA, USA
1545–1630Tea and Biscuit Break
1630–1730The Convergence of Marketing and Technical Communication

Stefan Gentz
Global TechComm Evangelist
Adobe Systems
München, Germany

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

0900–1000Content Transformation: Building a Digital Experience that Supports Your Customers' Journey
Antóin Ó Slatara, Content Architect, Dell EMC, Cork, Ireland and
Gal Oron, CEO, Zoomin Software, NYC USA
1015–1115Our Role and Responsibility in Information 4.0
Ray Gallon, Co-founder, The Transformation Society and
Andy McDonald,
Product Manager, TECH'advantage
Paris, France
1130–1230The Pit of Despair: Modern Customer Experience
Brian Herron
Principal Designer & Director
Each & Other
Dublin, Ireland
1230–1315Lunch
1315– 1335From Filter Failure to Savvy Surfer: Riding the Crest of the Content Tsunami
Stephen Walsh
Co-founder
Anders Pink, Dublin, Ireland
1345–1645Design Thinking Workshop
Diego Dalia
Service and Interaction Design Lead
IBM Studios, Dublin, Ireland

Attend virtually using Adobe Connect, provided by our exclusive Diamond Sponsor Adobe Systems.

We will be live streaming (with video) all keynote sessions and one breakout session from each time slot. All other sessions will be recorded (audio and slides) so you can later see the sessions you didn’t attend live.

Sample Session

Your Virtual Track Liaison Phylise Banner will relay your questions and answers to the speakers, and your roving reporter Joel Glickman will introduce you to in-person attendees and vendors in the exhibit halls during lunch and session breaks.

Watch the opening keynote from LavaCon New Orleans to view a sample of the Virtual Track experience:

LavaCon Virtual Track

Registration

Register here.

Questions?

Call 1+ 562-726-1800 x201 or email me.

See you virtually at the conference!

Jack Molisani
Executive Director

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