In 2015, some 800 delegates from 44 countries attended the 40th FIPP World Congress held in Toronto, Canada. Now, with less than 2 months to go to the 41st FIPP World Congress, held in London from 9-11 October, delegates from 43 countries have already registered to attend. Making it truly the industry’s flagship global conference.
The FIPP World Congress is about sharing knowledge (100 speakers are now confirmed), networking and doing business with international counterparts. Will you be there, or will you miss out?
And join colleagues from the following countries already registered:
A: Argentina, Australia, Austria
B: Belgium, Brazil
C: Cameroon, Canada, China, Colombia, Czech Republic
F: Finland, France
G: Germany, Greece
I: India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy
L: Lithuania, Luxembourg
N: Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway
S: Serbia, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
T: Thailand, Turkey
U: UAE, UK, USA
If your country isn’t listed, why not be the first to put them on the Congress map? And if it’s listed, why not add to the tally of country women and men in attendance?
You’ll be richer for the experience.
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