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Web3, The Creator Economy, And The Future Of eCommerce

About the Event


Web3 is the next generation of the internet with the objective of developing a more intelligent and connected web experience for users.

Our expert panel on this topic includes:

  • Mike Swart: Senior Vice President of Tech and Telco at iHeart Media, a leading global media and entertainment company specializing in radio, digital, mobile, social, live events and on-demand entertainment
  • Sharon Lee Thony: Founder and Director of SLT Consulting, a boutique integrated marketing collective that is leading clients into Web3 with innovations for brand strategy, social, search, and digital performance
  • Cortney Thomson: Founder and CEO of Routinr, a marketplace and SaaS platform designed to fix the $104B online creator economy by making it easy for creators to productize their content 

Please join our Fireside Chat to these experts discuss the creator economy and how Web3 will change the future of media, marketing and eCommerce. 

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