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eGames, eLeagues, & the Economics of Mass Spectator esports: This is Not Your Father's NFL

eGames, eLeagues, & the Economics of Mass Spectator esports: This is Not Your Father's NFL

Wed., Oct. 17, 2018
Rockwood, Santa Barbara Woman's Club
Santa Barbara, CA

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Join us on October 17th, 2018, as we examine the historical backdrop of competitive video gaming and esports as a broadcast media phenomenon; game design and other factors driving the exceptional user/enthusiast growth dynamics; investor interest, and the evolution of monetization models.



How Technology is Transforming the Way Real Estate is Bought & Sold

Imagine being able to borrow funds and buy and sell real estate virtually, all from your computer or mobile device, and having full control and transparency into the process.  Will technology ultimately replace humans in real estate transactions?

The processes surrounding real estate transactions have long been managed by legacy systems and human interaction.  It is not until the last few years that innovation and technology have really started to transform how real estate is bought and sold.  With these technological advances, existing processes will change and the impact will be felt by all involved, including homeowners, investors, agents and brokers.

We were joined by a panel of industry experts who discussed innovation in real estate transactions and its impact on the industry and its participants.

On Wednesday, September 19, we were accompanied by industry experts from Home Bay, a platform for buying and selling homes without a listing agent; CREXi, a commercial real estate exchange; StreamLoan, a digital mortgage platform; and Village Properties, a leading real estate brokerage with over 20 years of experience representing buyers and sellers.


Global eCommerce: The World Behind the Buy Button

Global e-commerce has come a long way in a short time thanks to technology and services that enable small local organizations to work with large global organizations at various levels of the e-commerce ecosystem.

We outlined a panel of experts who shared with us valuable information for navigating the complexities of global e-commerce and reveal some of the details behind the “buy” button! From learning how they sell their products online, to providing products for others to sell online, and learning about back-end solutions that enable participants in the global e-commerce network to optimize productivity.

On Wednesday, June 20 we were accompanied by ecommerce experts from PayPal, describing trends in global purchasing and payments;  TrackR, leveraging ecommerce to keep track of things around the world; MineMine Kids, retailing unique clothing for children worldwide; FastSpring, helping businesses around the globe grow through their cloud-based e-commerce platform; and TrackStreet, providing online brand protection and market analysis.

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