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41st FIPP World Congress media conference

Tobacco Dock, London

9-11 October 2017

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Time is now running out to save at least £800/ticket to attend the 41st FIPP World Congress. Our pre-agenda special offer ends very soon, on Sunday 30 April.

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FIPP World Congress is a premium, global flagship event attracting some 800 senior level strategic and operational managers from some 40 markets around the world. They come from media companies, marketing agencies and technology solution providers. They attend the Congress to learn, network and do business with each other, and have fun.

Speaker update

More than 70 speakers are now confirmed to speak at the FIPP World Congress. They are from companies and brands such as Abril (Brazil), Adweek (USA), AJ+ (USA), Anhui Merchants (China), Axel Springer (Germany), BBC Worldwide (UK), Bloomberg Businessweek (USA), Boston Consulting Group (Austria), Business Insider (USA), Centaur Media (UK), Condé Nast International (UK), Ebner Media Group (Germany), Forbes (USA), Golf Digest (USA), Google (USA), Harvard Business Review (USA), Hearst (UK), Immediate Media Co. (UK), Mashable (UK), Modn Media (Singapore), Motivate Publishing (UAE), National Geographic Partners (USA), Native Advertising Institute (Denmark), NBC News and MSNBC (USA), Polityka (Poland), POPSUGAR (UK), Prisma Media (France), Refinery29 (USA), Reuters Institute for Journalism (UK), Ringier Axel Springer (Switzerland), Rogers Media (Canada), Schibsted (Norway), Skytango (Ireland), Somo (UK), St. Joseph Media (Canada), TEN: The Enthusiast Network (USA), The Business of Fashion (UK), The Collective Hub (Australia), The Economist (UK), The Foundry (UK), Time Inc. UK, Trusted Media Brands (USA), upday (Poland), Wiley (USA), Worldwide Media (India), with more to be announced soon.

About FIPP

FIPP is the network for global media,formed in Paris in 1925 when it held its very first FIPP World Congress. In decades since then, FIPP’s consistent objective has been to helpmedia companies to share knowledge and experiences, and to create and develop connections across borders with the objective to do business internationally. As a membership network, FIPP’s membership includes more than 700 media and technology companies operating in more than 60 markets. Held every two years, the 2017 FIPP World Congress in London will be the 41st edition of the iconic global event.

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International media group Schibsted started in newspapers two centuries ago. Now, it’s evolved into many different forms of media and into many more countries. Andreas Finborud, publishing director, shares some of the story of how the business has evolved, with particular emphasis on how they are innovating with magazine media of late…

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FIPP World Congress in London | Last chance to save | Reasons to attend

At the 41st FIPP World Congress you can learn from businesses and meet with media colleagues from around the world – in one place, for 2.5 days, in London. And what’s more, if you book on/before 30 April, you can save at least £800 on final delegate rates. Book now to save.

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Earlier this year, we discussed developments set to impact on publishers with two speakers who will be at the 41st FIPP World Congress in London (9-11 October). Now, several of these developments were in the spotlight at Facebook’s F8 conference – most notably the phone camera and augmented reality (AR). Snap Inc. also joined the fray. Here is more...

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Inside view: the battle for top talent across media, tech and other sectors

With a battle for top talent between media and other sectors there are still a number of factors making media companies a magnet for talent. However, at the same time, a worrying aspect is that some skills often most desired in leaders are regularly also cited as most lacking in the industry’s collective leadership.

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Four dimensions of successful media organisational change

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Lessons for all publishers from the transformation of Abril in Brazil

As one of Brazil’s largest legacy media companies, Abril Group is now evolving quickly and seeing some fantastic results. Walter Longo, president & CEO, explains how the business makes decisions to evolve, and why it is headed in the direction it is...

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