Tags:
, , , , , , , , , ,

Online Panel discussion on the state of the international map industry May 12, 2021

The State of the Map Industry is a new virtual event IMIA has developed for you to hear directly from leading experts in the geospatial, mapping and location fields of our industry. Our invited panel will be presenting key information on current issues in our industry, answering your questions on where the industry is headed in the coming year and discussing important trends that may impact your business.

After the featured discussion, we will use the second hour to break into smaller groups to keep the conversation going and to network.

QUICK EVENT DETAILS:
Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Time: 11am ET – Panel discussion
12 pm ET – Small group networking
Location: Virtual (via Zoom)
Must pre-register. Custom Zoom link will be sent to registrants two days prior to the event.

IMIA Annual Sponsors receive complimentary tickets to this event. Please contact IMIA’s Donna De Marco at imia@oferrallgroup.com.

Barry Glick
Managing partner of Carillon Ventures LLC
Director

Greg Scott
Inter-Regional Advisor, UN-GGIM
Environment Statistics and Geospatial Information Branch
United Nations Statistics Division
Department of Economic and Social Affairs

Geoff Zeiss
Principal
Between the Poles

Moderator
Jonathan Murphy

Founder & Managing Director
GoGeomatics Canada

Have Something to Add? Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related Articles

Avenza Quality Cartographic Output For Data With Adobe Illustrator & MAPublisher – GeoIgnite 2021 Talk On YouTube:

Adobe Illustrator is not a tool you’d associate with geospatial work, but Avenza is here to show you how to…

GIS & Beyond: Smart Software Solutions Made In Poland from GISPartner, GeoIgnite 2021 Talk On YouTube

Day Three of the GeoIgnite conference featured Gold Sponsor GISPartner. They continue to make waves as a dynamically developing European…

Disaster Management Made Difficult by the Pandemic – Drones to the Rescue!

Natural disasters, to say the least, have jeopardized the livelihood of millions, and the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are not…