6Sight Mobile Imaging Summit Rescheduled for June 2012

6Sight Mobile Imaging Summit Rescheduled for June 2012


Jackson, MI—6Sight Conferences LLC rescheduled its 6Sight Mobile Imaging Summit for June 25-27, 2012, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. The summit will colocate with CE Week—a weeklong, citywide event that includes the CEA Line Shows, Digital Downtown Conference and the CEA Demo Suites and Conference—organized in association with the Consumer Electronics Association, Martin Porter Associates and Consumer Technology Publishing Group/NAPCO.

“The global economic downturn affected the travel budgets of companies from the United States, Europe and Asia planning to attend our summit in Malmo, Sweden,” said Joe Byrd, president, 6Sight Conferences LLC. “This reduction in travel budgets made it difficult to hold a world-class event at this time. It is better to hold our summit as part of the larger CE Week event, and so take advantage of the location, attendance and media attention it provides. This will allow us to better promote the rising importance of imaging as part of our daily lives through digital still photography and video, via mobile devices—and deliver a valuable conference experience to our partners and attendees.”

Byrd added that the seminar program will remain largely intact from the one originally planned for the European venue.

The 6Sight Mobile Imaging Summit is cohosted by Invest in Skåne and mobile imaging innovator Scalado, and it is sponsored by Sony Ericsson, Region Skåne and ECCE TERRAM. The 6Sight summits are a series of executive conferences focused on bringing together technologists, marketers, futurists, artists, industry and financial analysts, educators, high-volume users and members of the media. The participants preview breakthrough technologies, forecast innovative uses and spark new ideas and alliances to benefit current and potential customers, participating companies and the imaging industry as a whole. The program emphasizes interactivity, rich media presentations, and high-level connections among participants. 6Sight.com