The first ever FIPP Insider events to take place in the USA take place in Washington DC on 29 April and in New York on 1 May.
FIPP Insider is a half day programme aimed at people in media and/or media-related tech. Our Washington DC event is kindly hosted by National Geographic and we'll be at the offices of Meredith Corp in New York.
Sponsored by PressReader, attendance to FIPP Insider is free but with limited places available prospective attendees will be pre-qualified to ensure a high quality experience for all involved.
FIPP Insider is a new series of events giving local audiences the opportunity to experience the best of FIPP’s global events in their back yard. Read more about the FIPP Insider series here.
We have so far had wildly successful Insiders in Finland, Italy, Spain, France, Chile, Argentina and the UK. We're excited to host our first FIPP Insider events in the USA. Join us there!
The event combines a select group of world-class speakers from the local region and across the globe, sharing their knowledge and insight. Registration opens at 9am and the events close with networking over a light lunch.
FIPP Insider events are free to attend, however place are limited and to maximise the benefit of each event, each delegate will be qualified. This will ensure a relevant, representative delegate base for both networking and discussion.
Places for both events are limited so apply now if you'd like to join us. Registration will close once the places are filled.
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