Participants from Europe, Asia and North America joined FIPP in London over three days in late February for the annual Digital Publishing Course (DPC).
Mequoda, a US-based digital publishing, development and training group, presents the programme.
Topics covered included latest innovations in digital publishing, audience development, marketing tools such as SEO, social media and email, analytics, revenue models and business plan development, to name a few.
Commenting on the DPC in 2014 and beyond, Christine Scott, FIPP VP, said, “digital remains a fast-developing field and although, by now, part and parcel of the magazine media executive’s make-up, there is a real need to engage on latest developments in the digital field and to consider and anticipate future developments.
“We will continue to assist our members (and non-members) to make sense out of these developments and build towards the industry digital future.”
FIPP will soon announce programme(s) and dates for 2014.
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