FIPP Asia-Pacific is a bi-annual event, drawing 300-400 top-level media executives from the region and beyond. The most recent editions were in Beijing in 2014 and Seoul in 2012.
The pre-agenda rate for the 2016 conference in Singapore is £695 for FIPP members and £995 for non-members, which, if you book before 30 June, means a saving of £300 on final delegate rates. Sign up here.
The FIPP Asia-Pacific programme for 2016 includes two channels, with standalone presentations and in-depth masterclasses, the latter on topics such as print in a digital age, innovation in mobile, social and video, and virtual reality.
Confirmed speakers are from companies such as Google (Hong Kong), Haymarket Consumer Media (Singapore), India Today Group (India), Innovation Media Consulting (USA), Lighthouse Media (Singapore), Mediacorp (Singapore), Meredith Corporation (USA), Mobile Marketing Association (Singapore), Nikkei Business (Japan), PressReader (Canada), Ringier (Vietnam), Shueisha Inc. (Japan), SPH Magazines (Singapore), The Economist (UK), The Kreisky Media Consultancy (USA), Time Out Group (UK), University of Mississippi (USA), Westwick-Farrow Media (Australia), and several others. We will release the full programme in early July.
If you want more information, visit the FIPP Asia-Pacific website at fippasia.com or contact:
Remember, our pre-agenda discounted offer is available until 30 June.
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