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Otto GroupUSA Excursion
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01 Jul -06 Jul 2007
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Agenda
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What Otto wants to get out of this meeting. Please add specific questions to be addressed.
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Sun 01 JulTransamerica Pyramid: VC Perspective on the Valley
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1545Meet in Hotel Palomar Lounge (5th Floor)
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1545 - 1615Walk to BV Capital offices: 600 Montgomery St, 43rd flr.
Check in with security (has all names)
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Looking forward:How to get most out of the week
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1630 - 1700Welcome remarks by Andreas Weigend, Ramon Silvestre, and Daniel Bao
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1700 - 1800Tom Gieselmann, General Partner at BV Capital, on Consumer Internet trends: What's cooking in the Valley?1. What kind of concepts are hot right now for start ups?
2. What are interesting investing areas for BVCapital regarding eCommerce?
3. What is "over hyped"?
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1815 - 1830Walk to Restaurant - Fog City Diner, 1300 Battery St, (415) 982-2000
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1845 - 1900Welcome remarks by Stefan Morbe, German American Chamber of Commerce* The German American Chamber San Francisco: Their focus and their perspective
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1900 - 2100Dinner at Fog City Diner
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Mon 02 JulField Trip to Silicon Valley
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0815Meet in Hotel Palomar Lounge (5th Floor)
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0830 - 0945Travel to Google Mountain View by minibus
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Google
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1000 - 1100Peter Norvig on Google search quality and new products
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1100 - 1200Ben Ling on Google checkout and product search1. What is the future of Google about, regarding all relevant eCommerce activities?
2. Does google checkout make sense for all retailers?
3. What services of google may be relevant for OTTO in near future?
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1215 - 1330Lunch at Google
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1340 - 1400Travel to Yahoo Bldg A Sunnyvale, Badlands A3
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Yahoo!
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1415 - 1530Bradley Horowitz (Yahoo, VP Advanced Development Division) on social media and innovation (hack-day)1. Do you see potential cooperation areas for OTTO and Yahoo apart of traditional ad-services?
2. What about mobile shopping? What ist your strategic view on this?
3. What are your expiriences in social shopping about (i.e. shoposphere)
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1530 - 1600What, really, has changed? A conversation between the VP of Advanced Development of Yahoo and the former Chief Scientist of Amazon.com
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1600 - 1630Susan Mernit (Sr Director for Personals) on Driving Expressiveness; Premium Services and Social Media
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1630 - 1800Vish Makhijani (Yahoo, VP Search and Advertising)
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1815 - 1845Travel to Three Seasons Restaurant, 518 Bryant Street, Palo Alto, (650) 838-0353
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1900 - 2045Dinner at Three Seasons Restaurant With Ronjon Nag, CEO of Cellmania, on mobile shopping1. What are relevant the markets for mobile commerce in the next 2/3/5 years?
2. What kind of items you sell are tops, what are flops?
3. What drives M-Commerce in the USA?
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2045 - 2130Travel back to SF Hotel Palomar by minibus
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Tue 03 JulHotel Palomar
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New Media and Commerce
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0845Meet in Hotel Palomar Meeting Room (The MOMA Room) 9th Floor
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0900 - 0915Weigend: Overview of the day
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0915 - 1000Technorati: Peter Hirshberg and Aaron Krane on searching and tagging of blogs1. How powerful are blogs regarding to brands?
2. How powerful are blogs regarding to international networking?
3. What is a good corporate blog about?
4. Do you know niches where blogs a relevant but still not developed?
5. What is the best way to promote a (corporate) blog?
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1000 - 1030Discussion and break
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1030 - 1115Loomia: Dave Marks (CEO) on intermingling of media and retail online and the movement towards distributed retail, and shift of the content value chain, beginning with free content and sites and crossover to paid content or products.1. What transformation is taking place online wrt media and retail? 2. What is driving these new value networks? 3. How does loomia add value across these networks?
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1130 - 1215Like.com: Munjal Shah, Burak Gokturk on product search via images1. What are the best usecases for like.com like services?
2. Where are the technical limits of the service? difficult is the integration of your service?
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1230 - 1345Lunch at Fifth Floor Restaurant Foyer (5th Floor) at Hotel Palomar
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Insights in Consumer Decision Making
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1400 - 1600Itamar Simonson (Sebastian S. Kresge Professor of Marketing, Stanford University) on customer behavior and decision making, especially personalization,pricing, and loyalty
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1600 - 1630Discussion and break
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Zazzle.com
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1630 - 1815Jeff Beaver and team on new business models for retail
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1830 - 1900Cocktails in the Lounge (5th Floor) at Hotel Palomar
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1900 - 2100Dinner in the Gallery Room (6th Floor) at Hotel Palomar- Private Dining Room
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Wed 04 Jul4th of July
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0900 - 1100Internal OTTO meeting in Hotel Palomar Meeting Room (De Young Room- 7th Floor)
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1130 - 1200Travel to 4150 17th St Suite 12
people & data | Weigend Associates LLC
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Recommendations and Personalizaton
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1200 - 1230Champagne Reception
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1230 - 1330Catered lunch
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1330 - 1400Weigend: State of the Art in Recommendations and Personalization
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1400 - 1730Bruce D'Ambrosio (Cleverset CTO) on Recommender Systems1. How much revenue potential do you see in intelligent personalization systems?
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1730- 1815Travel to Pier 40 by Muni (Underground Subway)
Board boat by 1845
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1830 - 2230Cruise on the Bay: Buffet dinner, open bar
Fireworks around 2115
Board The Five Stars Yacht at Pier 40, South Beach Marina next to The San Francisco Ball Park on Embarcadero (note: Pier 40 is not close to Pier 39 - it is on the opposite end).
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Thu 05 JulSocial and mobile shopping
Web technologies, site visit to Adobe
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S-commerce: Social Shopping
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0845Meet in Hotel Palomar meeting room (The MOMA Room, 9th Floor)
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0900 - 0930Kaboodle: Manish Chandra (Founder & CEO) on sharing recommendations and shopping lists. Alisa Menell (Director of Marketing & Community) will also join Manish for the meeting.1. Who is using the service?
2. Is it possible to brand lists?
3. Where does a cooperation make sense?
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0930 - 1000Stylehive: Stephanie Garcia and Ravi Mhatre (founding partners of Lightspeed Venture Partners)1. Describe your target groups / typical user?
2. What kind of products get hyped?
3. Where are the limits of the concept (user...)?
4. Are there potential areas for cooperations?
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1000 - 1020Weigend: Summary on social shopping, discussion on Kaboodle and Stylehive
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E-commerce: Next-generation Platforms on the Web
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1030 - 1045Travel to Adobe (Former Macromedia Building, 601 Townsend St at 7th St., 415-832-2000)
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1100 - 1230Steve Heintz of Adobe on Apollo and other new technoloy1. What are the most important technical changes on E-Commerce in the near future?
2. Is the a relevance of Adobe Flex for broad use?
3. Do you believe in fully online based professional software (i.e. photoshop)
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1230 - 1330Lunch at Adobe
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1345 - 1500Dan Olsen of Olsen Solutions
- Overview of Web 2.0 interactive technologies, including widgets
- Web User Interface Design Principles
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1500 - 1530Weigend: Summary and discussion with Adobe and Olsen
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1530 - 1600Break
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M-commerce: Mobile Shopping
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1600 - 1800Azita Arvani of Arvani Group on interesting developments in mobile & wireless in US
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1810 - 1830Travel to Jai Yun Restaurant
(923 Pacific Ave at Powell)
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1830 - 1900Cocktails
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1900 - 2100Dinner at Jai Yun Restaurant
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Karaoke event (participation voluntary)
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Fri 06 JulHotel Palomar
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0800 - 0845Checkout
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