(Weymouth, MA) February, 09 2000... Press Event Draws World Market Leaders to Exhibit New Digital Imaging Technologies to Drive E-Commerce
InfoTrends Research Group, Inc., today announced that Philippe Kahn, founder of Borland and now Chairman of LightSurf Technologies, Inc., will deliver the keynote address at ImageScape 2000 - "E-Commerce and Imaging" at Spring Internet World in Los Angeles, CA. The champagne breakfast event, scheduled for the morning of April 6 from 7AM - 11AM, will highlight the explosive growth of image-related e-commerce activities on the Internet.
Online photo communities give Internet users new ways to share and print their photos in digital form. Images also are being used commercially to generate e-commerce sales. The focus on these applications will give the sponsors of this event the opportunity to exhibit and demonstrate the future directions of these emerging technologies. Solutions for capturing, processing, displaying, storing, printing and distributing images at both consumer and commercial levels will be showcased.
This breakfast event will take place at the Hotel Inter-Continental in Los Angeles. The event draws high-profile sponsoring firms that will include the major leaders in the use of digital imaging in electronic commerce.
Mr. Kahn is no stranger to the leading edge of technology. After leaving Borland International in 1994 (now known as Inprise), he founded Starfish Software which was subsequently acquired by Motorola in 1998 and now operates as an independent subsidiary. He now heads LightSurf Technologies, where he is developing instant wireless digital photography technology to let consumers take pictures and beam them directly to the Internet for instant sharing of images around the world. Mr. Kahn is also involved in funding and advising multiple exciting new ventures in Silicon Valley while maintaining his roles as CEO of LightSurf, Starfish and technology advisor to the office of the CEO at Motorola.
InfoTrends Research Group, expects ImageScape 2000 - "E-Commerce and Imaging" to extend the interactions between attendees and industry participants that have become a tradition at the continuing series of ImageScape events.
"Interest in digital imaging continues to soar as the technology matures into an accepted and necessary component of Web-based communication, from top-tier marketing to consumer-level e-mail messaging and work-group collaborations," noted Holch. "As at our previous ImageScape events, those who attend ImageScape 2000 will find themselves at the cutting edge of digital imaging in the e-commerce arena. It will be a vital center for making affiliations, trading ideas and exchanging information in this exciting, rapidly developing marketplace."
ImageScape 2000 Panel
The InfoTrends ImageScape 2000 breakfast and keynote address will be followed by a panel discussion among leading industry executives who will share their experience with imaging and e-commerce, and their views on the future. They will field questions from guests in the kind of lively, well informed give-and-take session that has marked ImageScape panels in previous years.
The ImageScape 2000 Panel for this event will include:
Vendors interested in participating in this event should contact Matt O'Keefe of InfoTrends Research Group at (617) 859-0300 x15 or email@example.com for additional details.
Members of the press who wish to reserve a seat at the event or submit questions to the ImageScape 2000 panelists should contact Lisa Christopher at FutureWorks, Inc. at 408-428-0895 ext. 106 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include all contact information. The first 200 attendees to arrive at the event will receive a high quality mock-turtleneck shirt.