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Time to act – or lose out

With the deadline for registrations at a reduced rate now looming large, it is time to act to save $300+ on final ticket rates. It’s an offer you do not want to miss out on considering what – besides the discount – you will get professionally and personally in exchange.

Our final FIPP World Media Congress discount offer ends on 25 September sharp, saving you $300 per ticket or, if you book a delegation (5+ people), $500 or more per ticket on final delegate rates.


>> Don’t miss out. Sign up now. <<


Starting at 1pm on Tuesday 12 November and running through to 1pm on Thursday 14 November, the FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas will be the place to be in a little less than two months’ time. Here’s some of what to expect.


Hear from global speakers across multiple stages

Delegates will experience the excitement of Vegas without even having to step outside the Planet Hollywood resort at the Congress, as world renowned speakers from across the globe cover stages ranging from the full scale Vegas themed Criss Angel theatre to relaxed and informal Nevada stage set in a Nightclub that has hosted many a celebrity after show party.


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Speakers come from organisations and brands such as Axel Springer, BAFTA, Barnes & Noble, BBC, Condé Nast, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, Dennis, Digital Content Next, Dow Jones, FIPP, Forbes, Google, Hearst Magazines, Hubert Burda Media, La Nacion, Mansueto Ventures, Meredith, Microsoft, Monocle, MPA, National Geographic Partners, Nylon, Oaklins, DaSilva + Phillips, Playboy, PressReader, Red Bull, Shueisha, The Signals Network, TIME, Trusted Media Brands, UPM, Verizon Media, YouTube and several more. See pre-Congress interviews with some of our speakers here. See the Congress speaker program as it currently stands, hereJoin them in Vegas


Visit the FIPP Strip showcasing innovative technologies and new business opportunities

The stages are set around the hub of the event where delegates can explore the palm tree lined “FIPP Strip”, showcasing the latest innovations, thought leadership and practical solutions to every business need. Complete with its own bar, street entertainers and Media City stage the FIPP Strip offers a wealth of opportunity to cultivate new ideas and form partnerships. Each stand is uniquely themed with a Vegas twist and a few surprises.


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Network with delegates from around the world, share ideas and insights, strike up friendships, do business

With delegates from 33 countries already registered, participants will come from virtually every corner of the world, making the Congress yet again a truly international fair. There are multiple opportunities – including our Opening Drinks the evening of 12 November – for networking with international counterparts at the Congress. You can also formalise their networking by searching and pre-booking meetings across all three days of the event using our deal room software available to registered delegates.

There is still time to join your colleagues in Vegas, and if you sign up on or before 25 September you can do so at our reduced rate offering savings of $300 and more. Be Smart. Sign Up Now


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