Dennis Publishing, Shortlist Media and IBTMedia are now on the programme that takes place on the 23-25 May. They along with Centaur Media, Hearst, The Economist, Immediate Media and Time Inc. UK will welcome delegates into their companies and allow them to deep-dive into their most exciting projects that they are currently working on.
If you would like to know the details of how a £10m business growing at circa 15 per cent per annum, then come along with us to Centaur Media and see how this is being achieved with their Homebuilding and Renovating brand.
Hearst’s Digital Spy is a hugely popular and definitive entertainment news website. Their Editor-in-Chief will show and tell how a re-boot is ensuring that the brand continues to thrive in an increasingly social media eco-system.
In addition to Digital Spy, Hearst is opening up the doors of the Good Housekeeping Institute and they will explain how the “Tried and Tested” philosophy of Good Housekeeping has become a bricks and mortar publishing sensation and a multifaceted business model.
The Economist is using dynamically-created and contextually-served video to take subscriptions marketing to the next level. Hear how they are doing it…
FIPP will also be introducing delegates to start-up companies in London who have technologies that can help media companies monetise their content, such as Openr. Openr is a new social-sharing tool that lets you add relevant promotional messages onto all the content that you share – making that content sharing get the action that you and your advertisers want – whether it’s traffic, email subscriptions or purchases.
Details about the other companies will be released in the coming weeks.
Who is it for?
Any mid-senior media executive who wants to be inspired by what is happening in the London media scene, and who wants to learn insights and take away ideas of how they can develop their own brands and businesses.
Bookings are already being taken. Secure your place today. Register at www.fipp.com
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