Today is your last chance to save €400/ticket to attend DIS 2019, taking place on 25-26 March in Berlin, Germany. Our exclusive Early Bird offer ends today.
For information on the agenda, speakers and more, visit innovators-summit.com.
Breton Fischetti, VP of Commerce, Business Insider, USA
Breton attended DIS in 2018: "The Digital Innovation Summit was one of the best events I attended this year. It was great to get so many publishers from the US and Europe together in one place to exchange ideas and hear from other leading media companies".
Jennifer Brandel, CEO and Co-founder, Hearken, USA
Jennifer, who is one of the speakers in 2019, says of her previous experience: “DIS is a fantastic gathering – bringing together decision-makers, makers, researchers and funders from around the world to share in the most timely information the industry needs. I greatly appreciated learning from so many levels and from so many perspectives.”
Jan Moberg, Publisher and CEO of TU Media in Norway
Jan and his team attend DIS every year. He has also spoken at the event. "DIS is a highlight for me and my team. It is relevant, exciting and focused on true digital operations. The many great presentations give both inspiration and good examples and ideas to bring back home. Of the many conferences I have attended, I rate DIS among the very best. We will be back."
Lucy Küng, professor, author and internationally recognised expert on strategy, innovation and leadership, Switzerland
She says: "DIS really nails three things. First, it is really smart about flagging up the big issues on the horizon that digital leaders need to keep their eyes on. Second, DIS has an excellent eye for strong speakers, and consistently hits the right balance between established thought leaders who have been there, done it and filtered out what really matters, and the bright young stars who are shaping the future. Third, DIS has mastered creating an easy atmosphere where conversation flows – I consistently have surprising conversations with interesting industry actors at DIS."
We hope to meet you in Berlin in March!
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