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View and download the speaker presentations from the FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017, London.

 

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DAY 1

Pete Wootton, Dennis: Diversifying revenues, the BuyaCar story...

Vince Errico, Trusted Media Brands: Digital media strategies for special interest brands

Michael Brunt, The Economist: Building subscription revenue

Geoff Ramsey, eMarketer: Building a pure-play B2B subscription model from the ground up

Antonnella Mei-Pochtler, Boston Consulting Group: Next gen operating models for tomorrow’s media

Piotr Zmelonek, Polityka: Publishing in turbulent times

Kathleen Saxton, The Lighthouse Company: Characteristics of transformational leadership

Andreas Finborud, Aftenposten, Schibsted: Putting print at the heart of innovation

Chris Kerwin, BBC Worldwide UK: Building record-breaking audiences and revenues

Jens Henneberg, BonnierPublications: Monetising special interest content, effectively

Jacqie Loch, St. Joseph's Media: Ad-revenue models for a new world

Larry Sommers, Meredith: New revenue streams for the new world

Nikolay Malyarov, PressReader: Advertising deep-dive

Stefanie Eichiner, UPM: What publishers can learn from UPM’s innovation in paper

Christian Kallenberg, We Like Mags: The power of ‘touch & feel’ in a world of ‘swipe & scroll’

Leonie May, Woodwing: Strategies to help you thrive in challenging times

Dominik Grau, Ebner Media Group: How to build a content-to-commerce play

Steven Flynn, Skytango: If drones are in your future…

Liam Duffy, Vindicia: Where to next with digital payments and diversification?

Jon Watts, MTM: Where to next with digital payments and diversification?

Bård Farstad, eZ Systems: Agility and experimentation for a successful subscription businesses

Dieter Reichert, Censhare: From doomsday to a new day - a blueprint for future publisher success

Nick Tinker, CrowdCompass: The future of event experiences, engagement and reach

 

Day 2 

Julia Jäkel, Gruner + Jahr: Magazine media in 2020

Ross Sleight, Somo: The consumer of the future

Josh Macht, Harvard Business Review: Future trends for publishers

Alexander Broch, Axel Springer: How to capitalise on a megatrend

Jesper Laursen, Native Advertising Institute: Top native advertising trends in magazine media

Carla Faria, The Foundry: Building native advertising that audiences trust

Deepak Lamba, Worldwide Media: Finding audiences through brand campaigns

Megan Murphy, Bloomberg Businessweek: Why Bloomberg Media put Businessweek at the heart of its media strategy

Linda Thomas Brooks, MPA: The enduring power of magazine media

Ellen Mayer, Hearken: Unleashing the power of 360° audience engagement to build your journalism brand

Nick Blunden, The Business of Fashion: From blog to international media business

Jenny Tsai, Wearisma and Lillian Betty, Time Inc. UK: The power of influencers

Rui (Yuri) Ou, Linkup China: What user innovation on WeChat can teach publishers

Joanna Abeyie, Hyden Talent: How diversity contributes to business success

Jennifer Dunleavy and Richard Thomas, Time Inc. UK: Live the passion

 

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    From a legislative perspective 2018 looks set to be an interesting, potentially challenging year for publishers. In May the EU wide General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced bringing new controls on the collection of data.

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    Cheddar Inc. launched two years ago as a news and business channel aimed at at young-ish audience that would be carried via social media, smart TV and mobile. Two years on and global expansion is high on Cheddar's agenda. 

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    Social media, and above all Facebook, took a lot of heat for its perceived role in disseminating rumour and false news, most prominently during the US election campaign in 2016. Now, the firm has announced that it will give publishers less space for promoting their content (organically) on its platform. This is of course is bad news for publishers.

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