Save 25% on Taxonomy Boot Camp this Autumn

Join Mekon’s Joe Pairman at Taxonomy Boot Camp in London this autumn and save 25%.

More and more organisations are recognising the value of taxonomies to drive their data, content and information processes. Join us at the first ever Taxonomy Boot Camp London – discover new applications and develop new skill sets. Whether you’re a first-timer, an established information professional, or a seasoned taxonomist, there’s something for you …

Joe Pairman is Consulting Practice Lead at Mekon and will be talking on Wednesday about Multiplying the power of taxonomy with granular, structured content during the Taxonomies for structured content session.

This talk shows how taxonomies can be applied effectively to structured content authoring and delivery environments. An end-to-end use case will be demonstrated, including templated XML authoring, smart page-level and inline tagging, and personalized delivery to end users, tying together content from different teams in an organization. The session covers XML, ontologies and linked data – all vital technologies that taxonomists should be able to understand and exploit.

Don’t miss out

As a speaker Joe is able to offer a special  25% discount to attend, saving you nearly £140 on the full conference fee. Simply enter SPEAKER25 in the priority code field at online registration.

Information architecture and taxonomy services

Your customers don’t want to wade through irrelevant information. With a tailored taxonomy, they can browse categories that make sense and get relevant content recommendations. With a robust information model, you can manage content effectively and pave the way for innovative delivery. Find out more about the Mekon taxonomy services available.

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