The innovation hubs of Seattle and San Francisco have arguably the highest concentration globally of the most innovative companies on planet earth today, with some of them even having eyes set on capturing space!
FIPP, the network for global media, and VDZ, the Association of German Magazine Publishers, brings you the opportunity to join us for a week of exclusive, immerse and meaningful off the record meetings with several innovation movers and shakers on the USA West Coast.
With only a few places remain on the Tour and time running out to book, now is the time to take action should you still want to join. The 5th Digital Innovators’ Tour is scheduled for 12-17 November 2017. Contact Jennifer Panse at email@example.com with your questions, learn more here and/or sign up here.
You will meet with companies including Airbnb, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Matter VC, Microsoft and Slack, as well as Geekwire, Medrona Ventures, Algorithmia, and more. With only 3 more meetings to be confirmed, see the agenda for the visit here.
The tour is designed to offer you first-hand insight into next generation innovation from companies and people that matter. Off the record meetings allow for honest, frank and in-depth discussion, covering topics of importance to your business such as:
With its high concentration of Internet, tech and new media companies, backed by several of the world’s largest VC funds, experience the energy and passion driving Seattle and San Francisco forward. Have lunch and dinner at places frequented by those at the forefront of driving the next tech revolution. See landmarks.
Senior colleagues in media from around the world will share in the experience. Network, re-cap and share ideas during lunches and dinners. Combine collective wisdom to develop a list with key action points for the industry and your businesses from the meetings in our final wash-up meeting.
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