Show Me the Money – Monetizing Voice: Part 3

Show Me the Money – Monetizing Voice: Part 3

Hosted by Donald Buckley

17 January | 18:00 CET / 12:00 ET / 09:00 PT

Thank you to our expert group of panelists for making this Monetizing Voice webinar a memorable, engaging conversation! Watch the replay below, and stay tuned for upcoming webinars from the Open Voice Network!

"Where's the money?"

The Open Voice Network is back for Part 3 of our three-part series, Show Me the Money – Monetizing Voice! Hosted by Donald Buckley (Co-Head, Lullaboo Studious; VoiceTech Advisor), this webinar addresses a common concern raised by brands and agencies: how can we justify an investment in Voice in the current technology landscape?

During this 30-minute webinar and follow-up Q&A session, learn from prominent leaders in Voice as they discuss topics such as the current state of affairs in Voice, concrete examples of use cases, first mover advantages, the future of synthetic media, and more—all as it relates to revenue, operational efficiency, and cost reduction.

The Open Voice Network is excited to welcome:

– Donald Buckley, Moderator – Co-Head, Lullaboo Studios; VoiceTech Advisor

– Mike Rizkalla – CEO, Snorble, Inc.

– Megan Burns – Senior Director, Catalyst Platform, Azafran Capital Partners

– James Poulter – CEO, Vixen Labs

The webinar took place on Tuesday, 17 January at 18:00 CET / 12:00 ET / 09:00 PT.

Meet the Panelists

We’re thankful to have learned from this expert panel of Voice practitioners and thought leaders. Please click on each individual’s name to learn more about them.

Donald Buckley – Moderator

Co-Head, Lullaboo Studios; VoiceTech Advisor

Mike Rizkalla

CEO, Snorble, Inc.

Megan Burns

Senior Director, Catalyst Platform, Azafran Capital Partners

James Poulter

CEO, Vixen Labs

About OVON

The Open Voice Network (OVON), an open source association of The Linux Foundation, seeks to make voice technology worthy of user trust—a task of critical importance as voice emerges as a primary, multi-device portal to the digital and IOT worlds, and as independent, specialist voice assistants take their place next to general purpose platforms. The Open Voice Network will achieve its vision through the communal development and adoption of industry standards and usage guidelines, industry education and advocacy initiatives, and the development and documentation of voice-centric value propositions. As a directed fund of The Linux Foundation, OVON enjoys access to the expertise and shared legal, operational, and marketing services of The Linux Foundation, a world leader in the creation of open source projects and ecosystems.

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