2017 Firebrand Master Class

September 19, 2017
New York City

Feedback from our clients shows that practical, in-depth training is essential to their effectiveness in using Title Management and Eloquence.

So, join us in New York City on Tuesday, September 19th, for two presentation-style workflow and functionality training sessions, with a lunch break in between. Interested? Read the agenda below to find out more.

Want to make the trip to NYC even more beneficial? On Wednesday September 20th, the day after the conference, we scheduling one-on-one meetings with our clients. These 1-2 hour time slots can be used to discuss any number of things, including but not limited to:

  • A discussion of upcoming system upgrades,
  • Conversations about new services you are interested in,
  • Information about possible system enhancements,
  • Targeted training on anything we do, including Eloquence, Title Management, etc.,
  • A services and functionality review (refresher on what your system is configured to do),
  • A real-time metadata assessment,
  • …or anything else you can think of!

If you are interested in reserving a spot, please sign up here.

9:00 am – 12:30 pm
The Ultimate Insider’s Guide to Title Management 
There are hidden gems in Title Management that even the most experienced user has never seen. This Master Class will reveal them all to you, along with expert advice on creating more efficient editorial and production workflows. 
  • Get an exclusive sneak peak of our upcoming Title Management version 10 release.
  • Learn Tips & Tricks from across the application.
  • See how Title Management can handle your workflow for single titles and complex groupings of titles with Master Acquisitions and Master Works. 
  • Examples and explanations of how Express and Shared Component (Print Run) POs, Spec Templates, and Printings can save you time and hassles.
  • Learn how to create, import, and manage your keywords and get the discoverability flywheel spinning.
  • … and more!
Also, we’d love for you to participate in Stump the Chump! Our challenge to you: Send us your toughest Title Management questions and workflow challenges ahead of the training for our team to address during the session. Have a workflow challenge you can’t seem to solve? Not sure how to use a function in the system? Need a refresher on something? Send your challenges to info@firebrandtech.com.
Who should attend: Executives, Managers, Editorial, Production, Sales, and Marketing.

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Special Lunch Session: Creating High-Quality Metadata
Whether you are coming to the morning session or the afternoon session (or both!), join us for a special working lunch session about metadata quality. Learn more about:
  • Recommended and required metadata fields.
  • Getting the most discoverability with the least investment.
  • Using HTML to up your formatting game.
Bring your own burning metadata questions, and get practical advice, examples, recommendations, best practices, and more.

1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Eloquence Master Class
This Master Class will include in-depth training for both Eloquence on Demand and Eloquence on Alert, including:
  • How to integrate Eloquence on Alert into your workflows.
  • Specializing your metadata feeds with Eloquence on Demand trading partner templates.
  • Mastering Title Territory data, including Rights Templates and Country Groups.
  • Making bulk changes to a list of titles at the same time.
  • Plus, the latest Tips & Tricks to help you get the most out of these powerful tools.
Who should attend: Metadata managers, Editorial, Marketing, and Sales.
You will walk away from this conference with a deeper understanding of the tools you use every day.

Single session $99
Both sessions $175

Attending with 5 or more people? Contact us for a group discount!

Travel Information

The Firebrand Master Class will be held at:
TKP New York Conference Center
109 W 39th St, New York, NY 10018

We are not holding the conference in a hotel this time, so there is no requirement that you stay in a specific location. If you are coming from out of town and looking to save money, there are a few options you might want to consider:

  • There are some interesting, quirky hotels and hostels in Manhattan. That might be worth looking at. Pod51 is one such location. These may have shared bathrooms and small rooms, but the rates are going to be less expensive than other hotels in the area.
  • AirBnB has some great options in Manhattan at reasonable rates.
  • The TKP Conference center is one block from the Times Square-42nd Street Subway (Yellow-N, Q, R, and W), and is also very close to the Orange line (B, D, F, and M) and Purple line (7). Because of this, you are not limited to staying within Manhattan; you could potentially find accommodations anywhere along those lines.

If you have any questions about travel to the event, please feel free to send an email to Joshua.