View and download the speaker presentations from the FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017, London.
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Available presentations are listed below. Please note that this page will be updated throughout the next few days, so check back later for more.
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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
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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