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41st FIPP World Congress media conference

FIPP World Congress

Tobacco Dock, London

9-11 October 2017

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Join the 41st FIPP World Congress in London

 

About the Congres

The 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.

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Agenda and Speakers

From transformation to innovation, from audience engagement to monetisation, from special interest media to AI in media... The preliminary agenda for the 41st FIPP World Congress is now available (please note it remains subject to change).

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Share in the insights and experiences from speakers at leading businesses and brands such as:

  • On emerging developments and future trends: Associated Press, Boston Consulting Group, Google, Facebook, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Modn Media, Somo, UPM, Word News Media Network.
  • On business model development: Abril, Adweek, Ascential, Bloomberg Businessweek, Condé Nast International, Dennis Publishing, G+J, Immediate Media Co., Mashable, National Geographic Partners, NBC News and MSNBC, Oxford University, Prisma Media Group, The India Today Group, Trusted Media Brands.
  • On revenue model development: Bonnier Publications, Centaur Media, Drawbridge, eMarketer, Flipboard, Golf Digest, Hearst UK, Meredith Corp., PageFair, Refinery29, Skytango, The Economist, The Foundry, Time Inc. UK, Vindicia.
  • On audience data, engagement and storytelling: Adestra, AJ+, CANNES Lions, CrowdCompass, ELLE France, Hearken, Motivate, Paris Match, POPSUGAR, upday, Wearisma, Worldwide Media Group.
  • On product and global brand development: Business Insider, Immediate Media Co., Psychologies Magazine, Ringier Axel Springer, Say Media, TEN: The Enthusiast Network, The Business of Fashion.
  • On magazine media innovation: Anhui Huishang Media, ARI, Axel Springer, BBC Good Food, Global Views Monthly, Innovation Media Consulting, Magnetic, Polityka, PressReader, Schibsted, St. Joseph’s Media, The Week Junior, We Like Mags.

 

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Putting talent at the forefront of strategy

Talent is getting harder to find - and to retain. With the proliferation of digital, data-led media and tech operations (from the platform giants to start-ups in hubs around the world), who do rapidly evolving magazine media businesses lure and keep the top drawer practitioners? For Rebecca Constable, head of talent and learning at Haymarket Media Group, these are conundrums for which the solutions are imperatives.

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Power panel and deep-dive discussions at the Congress

The FIPP World Congress agenda includes a number of power panel and deep-dive discussions, around which individual presentations with case studies and expert insights are then built to add further depth to the programme.

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Haymarket Consumer Media’s ‘three key essentials for growth, monetisation’

In his new role as group director of Haymarket Consumer Media, Alastair Lewis is ensuring that some of the UK’s most respected specialist magazine media brands are positioned to thrive in an international environment. 

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At the new Gruner + Jahr the only constant is ongoing renewal

As one of Europe’s leading publishing houses, Gruner + Jahr has been through a period of major transition. Julia Jäkel, CEO, sets out how the business has managed that, and outlines the path for the future…

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Why print can be child’s play

While the rise of digital has led many publishers to reduce their print offering, Dennis Publishing has continued to invest. Kerin O’Connor, chief executive of The Week at Dennis, explains how it’s found success with a print version of The Week for children – and what it can teach the industry about the future of print…

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How this publisher transitioned to become a content-to-commerce play

Ebner Media in Germany employs and implements technology to mix and merge content with ecommerce. It’s been key in the company’s transformation from a print-centric publisher to a content and services company. Dominik Grau, chief content officer, has been driving the content-to-commerce strategy.   

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