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Final call: Today is the last chance saloon to win with our Early Bird rate

Our exclusive Early Bird offer saving you 100s of Euros on final rates to attend the Digital Innovators’ Summit ends today on Valentine’s Day, 14 February. So, go on, book now to be an Early Bird Valentine.

 

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FIPP and VDZ’s 11th Digital Innovators’ Summit takes place on 19-20 March in Berlin, Germany. A premium event for quality media and tech companies, DIS brings together some 600 senior strategic and operational-level delegates from more than 30 countries to think, share insights, and do business.

Take a look at Day 1 and Day 2 of the agenda to see the speakers and topics they will cover. Visit innovators-summit.com for more on the overall event.

 

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Remember, today is the last day of our Early Bird discount offer, so…

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