What Lies Beyond the Dot for Your Industry?
.BANK, .PHARMACY, .INSURANCE, .GUARDIAN
Beyond the Dot Roundtable for regulated industries
July 8, 2014 | 9AM - 11AM ET
Guardian Life Headquarters
7 Hanover Square, New York, NY 10004
Learn and share how regulated industries are innovating, protecting, and marketing in the expanding world Beyond the Dot
The Internet is in the midst of the largest expansion since its inception. How will this affect your enterprise?
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SESSION ONE: THE BRAVE NEW WORLD
What are brands planning to do in the new space? Perspectives from applicants.
Moderator: Thomas O'Toole, Managing Editor, Bloomberg BNA Electronic Commerce & Law Report, and editor, BNA E-Commerce & Tech Law Blog
Dolly Von Hollen, Vice President, Corporate Counsel, Prudential (applicant for .PRUDENTIAL, .PRU, and .PRAMERICA)
Chris Mondini, VP, Stakeholder Engagement - North America & Global Business, ICANN - Invited
Rashi Rai, Associate Director of IT Strategy and Innovation, Merck (applicant for .MSD, .MERCK and .MERCKMSD)
Christie Susko, Professorial Lecturer, George Washington University School of Business
SESSION TWO: PLAN FOR OPPORTUNITY
Will generic top-level domains in the regulated space change the business model?
Moderator: Thomas O'Toole
Lawrence J. White, Robert Kavesh Professor of Economics, NYU Stern School of Business
Laureen Kapin, Counsel for International Consumer Protection, FTC
Tim McGinnis, Registry Administrator .PHARMACY, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
Craig Schwartz, Managing Director, .BANK, .INSURANCE
Neil Posner, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, DotHealth, LLC (Applicant for .HEALTH)
Learn from those on the cutting edge of change
Beyond the Dot is an educational initiative to help members of the Internet community – from everyday users to global brands – learn about and understand how they will be affected by the biggest change to the Internet since it’s inception. In addition to roundtable discussions, Beyond the Dot holds an annual conference in Washington, D.C., offers information through an educational microsite, and works with non-profits through the Beyond the Dot Foundation.