JUNE 2ND, 2015• San Francisco
On-demand, deep linking, local services and more are
having a massive impact on the local marketing
ecosystem. Join the brightest minds in local to discuss.
Venue: TERRA GALLERY, 511 HARRISON STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94105
Doors open at 8a.m. • Programming begins at 9 a.m.
Cocktail Reception from 5-7 P.M.
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WHERE TO STAY
Where to stay: PARC 55, 55 Cyril Magnin Street
San Francisco, California
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This year, Street Fight Summit West will take a deep dive into the Connected Local Economy (click here for a full discussion on the topic), leading a thoughtful discussion of the ways in which connectivity and the intelligence of the Web are changing marketing and other interactions between businesses and local consumers.
8:00-9:00 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
9:00 – 9:05 a.m. Opening Remarks – Laura Rich, CEO, Street Fight
9:05 – 9:30 a.m. Morning Keynote – “Local, Global and the Missing Data Link”
Technology has connected the planet. Almost everything we do can be quantified and qualified and thus we see constantly updated streams of data generated all around us. To make meaningful impact on the world, we need to separate signal from noise by organizing the planet’s information by where it comes from.
* Damien Patton, CEO, Banjo
9:30-10:10 a.m. Panel — Social Media Giants’ Plans to Transform Local Communities and SMBs
With 90% of commerce taking place in the real world, social media is alive and well far beyond the reaches of the Web. This panel will look at how social networks are building local communities and influencing local economies.
* Liz Gannes, Senior Editor, Recode (moderator)
* Joel Meek, SMB Lead, Pinterest
* Anne Mercogliano, Head of SMB, Twitter
* Dan Clancy, VP Product, Nextdoor
10:30-11:00 a.m. Mid-Morning Break
11:00-11:20 a.m. Presentation – “Inside the Connected Local Economy”
As a new generation of local technology companies approach the public markets, it’s critical for us to agree on what “local” actually means today — and how that differs from the its definition a decade ago. New technologies and the intelligence of the Web are coming together to radically reshape local commerce — we’re witnessing the rise of a new connected local economy.
* Steven Jacobs, Deputy Editor, Street Fight
11:20-11:50 a.m. Panel — The Local Services Land Grab
As billions of dollars and Internet giants move into the business of connecting consumers with contractors, a battle royale is about to begin. Success in this space comes down to scale, reach and devising the better mousetrap.
* Jeff Bercovici, SF Bureau Chief, Inc. (moderator)
* Matt Williams, CEO, Pro.com
* Marco Zappacosta, CEO, Thumbtack
11:50 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Insight From #SFSW15 Sponsors – “Why Food Services is the Most Competitive Category in Local Search”
Hungry diners are constantly searching online and on mobile to find the nearby restaurant that will satisfy their in-the-moment cravings. And constantly isn’t an exaggeration. A recent Yext survey showed that food services is by far the most searched category, with over 90% of customers using online search to choose a restaurant and 65% considering 3 or more options in their search.
* Tyler Donahue, Business Development Manager, Yext
12:00-12:15 p.m. Presentation – “Google Channel Sales and the New Old Co-op”
The search leader is looking at new ways to diversify its partnerships in order to create value for co-operative marketing budgets. As buyers hone their strategies, it has precipitated an evolutionary change in the way Google views its place in the marketing ecosystem.
* Jon Sofield, Business Development, Google
12:15-1:00 p.m. Lunch
1:00-1:15 p.m. Case Study – “Driving & Measuring Real-World Store Visitation Using TV and Mobile”
This session will look at how marketers and brands can use mobile targeting and activation in tandem with television advertisements to get people into physical stores. Could this also be the solution to the attribution problem?
* Duncan McCall, CEO, PlaceIQ
1:15-1:45 p.m. Panel — The Rise of Delivery as a Local Game-Changer
Kozmo and Webvan this is not. A new generation of local delivery companies has put a new twist on logistics, leveraging a new kind of workforce and mobile technology to give local businesses a new way to find and connect with customers.
* Andrew Shotland, Proprietor, Local SEO Guide (moderator)
* Sarah Mastrorocco, Business Development, Instacart
* Prahar Shah, Business Development, DoorDash
* Holger Luedorf, SVP Business, Postmates
1:45-2:00 p.m. Presentation – “The Local Merchant Report”
Street Fight’s signature report will be released on June 3rd, featuring new data, interviews with merchants, case studies and deep analysis. Data from the report will be unveiled in this session.
* David Card, Research Director, Street Fight
2:00-2:30 p.m. Panel — How Deep Linking is Upending Mobile Search
Apps may dominate mobile usage, but the ecosystem is far from perfect: There’s still a deep fragmentation between apps that keeps content in one app from reaching users in another. But a new technology, deep linking, could solve that problem — and, in doing so, dramatically change the dynamics of local search.
* Conor Dougherty, Tech Correspondent, New York Times (moderator)
* John Milinovich, CEO, URX
* Bobby Lo, CEO, Vurb
* Danny Bernstein, Director of Product Partnerships/Integrations, Google
2:30-3:00 p.m. Afternoon Break
3:00-3:30 p.m. 500 Startups Local Companies Showcase
Introduction from Elizabeth Yin, Partner, 500 Startups
* John Coombs, CEO, Rover
* Mo Yehia, CEO, Sidewalk
* Sara Schaer, CEO, KangaDo
* Kevin Davis, CEO, Geekatoo
3:30-4:00 p.m. Panel — Facing the Challenges Inherent in Building Local Companies
The local opportunity is far more complex than many outsiders ever expect. Fragmented and slow to develop, the local technology market requires executives and entrepreneurs who can create a product that can sell today while investing in products and strategies that will account for the continuous tectonic shifts that slowly but surely will turn the industry upside down.
* Nick Hughes, Business Development, Knotis (moderator)
* Manish Patel, CEO, Where2GetIt
* Anne Bezancon, President, Placecast
* Fred Thiel, CEO, Local Corp
4:00-4:40 p.m. Presentations & Panel — How Technology is Changing the Way We Build Brick-and-Mortar Businesses
Local technology is helping both small businesses and brands rethink the way they build and manage their brick-and-mortar operations. Three companies leading this change will present case studies and discuss their experiences.
* Steven Jacobs, Deputy Editor, Street Fight (moderator)
* Kyle Vucko, CEO, Indochino
* Stan Chia, SVP Operations, GrubHub
* Greg Hong, CEO, Reserve
5:00-7:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception at TerraSF