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OPEN TALK (API): How to Monetize Your APIs in Today’s Digital Economy

API World -- Main Stage
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Iddo Gino

Iddo Gino is the Founder and CEO of RapidAPI. Part of Forbes 30 Under 30 list, he's a 2017 Thiel Fellow. Previously, he was a Co-organizer of Hacking Gen Y. Iddo has been programming since he was a kid and continues to contribute to open-source projects. Originally from Haifa, Israel, Iddo is based in San Francisco, CA.

Idit Oryon
RapidAPI, Head of Global Partnership

Bio: Idit is the Head of Global Partnership at RapidAPI, and works with API providers to publish and distribute their APIs on the RapidAPI Marketplace. She is also a founding member at API Council, and previously held positions at Intricately, Keen IO, and Origami Logic. Idit graduated from UC Davis, where she played on the Division 1 Basketball team. She also played for the Israeli National Basketball Team for three consecutive teams.

Companies are increasingly investing in APIs as an essential element for making enterprise systems and services more responsive and adaptable. However as the API economy begins to grow, what has become apparent is that APIs are key for building new business models, digital strategies, and partnerships. As companies begin to invest more heavily in APIs and look to take advantage of this new economy, the questions remain: How do companies actually drive revenue using APIs? What are the business drivers behind exposing APIs? What are the best practices for pricing? Are there industry standards for developing an API Monetization Strategy or is it still the Wild, Wild West?

Join Iddo Gino, Founder and CEO at RapidAPI, and Idit Oryon, Head of Global Partnerships, as they examine the monetization of APIs and drive clarity around some of the most common questions:

-What is the best API Strategy to put in place when considering monetization?
-What are the most common API business use cases?
-What are the best pricing models for APIs?
-How can my organization get started?