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23 experts share their insights about native advertising in 2017

In a new ebook published by Native Advertising Institute (a FIPP member) 23 experts take a look into the future of native advertising. The e-book covers all areas connected to native advertising such as content production, mobile, video, tech platforms, social media and more.

Experts include, among others:

  • Stephanie Losee, head of content, Visa
  • Chad Pollitt, co-founder and VP, Relevance
  • Rebecca Lieb, leading industry analyst, advisor and author
  • Melanie Deziel, branded content consultant and speaker, founder of The Overlap League

Download the e-book on the NAI website, here.

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Native Advertising at the 41st FIPP World Congress in London

Jesper Laursen, founder and CEO of Native Advertising Institute, will be one of the speakers at the 41st FIPP World Congress, taking place in London from 9-11 October 2017. Find out more at fippcongress2017.com and register early to save on final delegate rates.

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