Social capital is widely seen as the overall value of a community and the connections between the people and organizations within. As our communities spread out to exist more on the Internet, social media giants are cashing in on the value of user data and the connections and resources shared between them. This is the new social capital. The value of users’ time and creativity will result in $25 billion of ad revenue going to major companies like Facebook and Google this year. This session of the EF Hutton Talks Conference Series will dig deeper into this topic. EF Hutton is not only leading the discussion about this critical issue but is also working on potential solutions.
The EF Hutton Talks Conference Series connects industry experts, thought leaders, and concerned citizens together to open ongoing, industry-wide dialogue.
The intent is to invoke not just discussion but action with regard to the social, digital and financial well-being of all Americans. The quarterly conferences will set the stage explore today’s problems and develop tomorrow’s solutions.