The report includes some great insights from experts into issues such as metadata, knowledge transfer and securing investment. The online version links to some additional material in the form of case studies on knowledge sharing and how one company is going to use the digital test beds.
We had contributions from a lot of big names including Fred Bolza of Sony Music and Julie Meyer based on the Technology Strategy Board webcast they took part in where they spoke about metadata. We also hear from Nicki Hattingh of the Creative Arts Investment Network, Sidekick on their involvement in the digital test beds and Clare Reddington of iShed and their knowledge sharing experiences and Pandora Mathers-Lee of Bridgeman Art Library who took part in a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with University of the Arts London.
As Sebastian Conran, chair of the CI KTN Advisory Board said in the introduction he wrote to the report “2010 will be a challenging but also exciting year for creative businesses”