DeepDyve participates in industry events throughout the year. Check back frequently to see where we will appear next.
January 7-11, 2011
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, CA
Bill Park, CEO DeepDyve will be presenting on a panel in Room 02 on Sunday, January 9th from 4:00-5:30 p.m.
December 10, 2010
National Press Club
Bill Park, CEO DeepDyve will be presenting on December 10th at 10:50 a.m. - Capturing the iUser: Web 2.0 "Freemium" Business Models
October 28, 2010
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
Bill Park, CEO DeepDyve will be presenting on October 28th at 10:45 a.m. - Capturing the iUser: Web 2.0 "Freemium" Business Models
October 5-6, 2010
Yjr Westin Grand Frankfurt
Konrad Adenauer Strasse 7
Bill Park, CEO DeepDyve will be presenting on October 5th at 11:15am - Capturing the iUser: Web 2.0 "Freemium" Business Models
Watch the presentation
To capture so-called iUsers, many of whom are unaffiliated with an institution and lack subscription access, publishers can learn from the experiences of many web 2.0 companies who attract customers with free but limited benefits, then upsell additional products and services. See how Zynga, an online gaming company, has grown to over 100M users and $500M in sales in just 2 & 1/2 years – all this from games which are free to use initially. Mr. Park will discuss how STM publishers could offer lower-cost, perhaps even free, access to their offerings and still make money without disrupting their core subscription business model.
June 2-4, 2010
San Francisco, CA
DeepDyve will be exhibiting at this meeting. Stop by and visit us at Booth 103.
Users, customers, practitioners & librarians talk - Publishers are you listening?
April 27-29, 2010
Bill Park, CEO DeepDyve will be presenting on April 28 at 12:00 — The World is Open, Not Flat.
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Historically, academic and scholarly publishing has exhibited many characteristics of so-called 'closed' industries where customers/end-users had limited or unfriendly tools to get what they want; long waiting periods for production and fulfillment; and expensive prices to boot. These dynamics have led to a call for more 'openness', such as the NIH ruling and the open access movement, and drawn the interest of technology companies who would like to capitalize on these inefficiencies. While moving to openness can bear risk, it can also bear opportunity. In the realm of 'unintended consequences', creating better, faster, cheaper products also creates new markets and new customers previously unimagined.
April 8, 2010
Bill Park, CEO DeepDyve will take part in a panel discussion on Transformers: Scholarly Content Takes on Many Formats.
May 27-29, 2009
Marriott Baltimore Waterfront
DeepDyve will be exhibiting at this premier industry event. Please stop by and see us at Booth 230.
Jan 23-28, 2009
Over 5,000 librarians and information professionals attended. Bill Park and Bert Carelli strolled the exhibits and met with publisher partners.
February 4th-6th, 2009
DeepDyve was an exhibitor for this premier meeting of publishing professionals serving the needs of scholarly researchers.
February 9-11, 2009
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Bert Carelli, DeepDyve Director of Business Development, spoke on the pros and cons of Rule-based Taxonomies versus Algorithmic Concept Extraction.
November 12-13, 2008
Park Hyatt Hotel