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9 trends driving the future of premium media brands, right now

At the 41st FIPP World Congress in London in October 2017, more than 100 top industry speakers from around the world shared their insights on the challenges, opportunities and trends driving the future of the magazine and wider premium media industry.


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We have distilled all of that into nine key trends publishers of premium media should consider right now as they build towards the future.

At the very first FIPP Insider in Helsinki, on 15 March, FIPP President and CEO James Hewes will provide an in-depth presentation on these trends.

Be the first to get the low-down at FIPP Insider Helsinki! It’s free to attend* (but bear in mind places are limited).


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James will be one of some seven speakers on the day, tackling issues ranging from challenges in the digital media sphere, to presenting multi-platform magazine case studies and more.

By its very nature, FIPP Insider will be highly interactive, allowing a high degree of audience interaction.

Other speakers so far confirmed are: 

  • Peter Houston, Independent Consultant, UK
  • Tuuli Toivainen, Chief Business Officer, A-lehdet Oy, Finland


How to secure your place

Attendance at FIPP Insider is free, but places are limited so to maximise the benefit of attending, delegates will be qualified* upon application to attend.

We have so far already approved delegates from Finland, Norway, Sweden and the UK. If you are in media or a related tech field, you should apply.


Apply here before places run out


Once we receive your application, we will let you know within 48 hours (working days) whether your application has been successful.

About FIPP Insider:

Brought to you by FIPP, the network for global media, FIPP Insider is a new series of events giving local audiences the opportunity to experience the best of FIPP’s global events in their back yard. Read more about the FIPP Insider series here

Sponsored by UPM, FIPP Insider Helsinki will run from around mid-morning to mid-afternoon on 15 March, with a networking lunch included. FIPP Insider Helsinki will take place at the Biofore House, headquarters of UPM.

For more information on FIPP Insider visit or contact Claire Jones at

We hope to see you in Helsinki!

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