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Download the FIPP Insider Milan and Madrid speaker presentations

View and download the speaker presentations from FIPP Insider Milan (26 June 2018) and Madrid (28 June 2018).

Please note that we will ONLY share those presentations we have been given permission to share by the speakers.

Available presentations are listed below. Any problems/questions? Ask Sylkia.


FIPP Insider Milan Madrid ()


James Hewes, John Schlaefli, FIPP: 8 industry trends from the FIPP World Congress and Digital Innovators' Summit

Andrew Rolf, Innovation Media Consulting: Why only journalism worth paying for will save journalism

Simon Wood, The Stars Group: Media planning for a global brand

Daniella Cerrato, Mondadori Group: Developing new brand channels to build a sustainable media model

Helje Solberg, VGTV, Schibsted: What you need to know - Seven insights about online video

Felipe Romero, The Cocktail Analysis: Trends review 2018 - Los aprendizajes que nos deja el año 2017 (In Spanish)

Rupert Harrow, Rezonence: The internet is broken


FIPP Insider in Milan and Madrid was possible with thanks to our partners Rezonence.

We also want to thank Mondadori Group in Italy; and ARI and Coneqtia in Spain for their priceless welcome and help.


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    One of the greatest successes born from the new Thomas Cook Media and Partnerships division within the Thomas Cook travel agency was the rebirth of the printed magazine, The Excursionist, originally founded in 1851. Speaking at FIPP Insider in London, Ed Marr, group head of commercial publishing, media and partnerships at Thomas Cook Group, explained how an integrated multi-channel media offering within the holiday retail company made this possible.

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    The longest running British children's comic magazine, Beano, has gone through a huge revolution in the past two years transforming itself from a purely print magazine into a global digital platform. At the recent FIPP Insider event in London, Hayley Granston, commercial MD, Beano Studios, UK, explained how they used data and insight to reinvent the iconic British brand for today’s tech savvy kids.

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