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First speakers announced for FIPP Asia-Pacific in Singapore

Here are the names of five of the first speakers confirmed for FIPP Asia-Pacific in Singapore (27-28 September 2016).

  • Andy Jackson, Global Brand Director, FourFourTwo, Singapore
  • Shane Mitchell, Chief Digital Officer, Mediacorp, Singapore
  • Chie Ogura, General Manager: eCommerce, Shueisha Inc., Japan
  • Yuko Tanaka, Director of International Sales, Marketing and Communication, Nikkei Business, Japan 
  • Eric Olander, Chief Revenue Officer and Director: Ringier LABS, Ringier Vietnam, Vietnam

If you sign up today to join them at FIPP Asia-Pacific in Singapore, you will save equivalent to £300 per delegate ticket on final rates with our limited pre-agenda offer. 

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Discounts are also available to delegations (five or more people). There is more information on the registration page or you are welcome to contact my colleagues Claire Jones and/or Natalie Butcher for more.

Other confirmed FIPP Asia-Pacific speakers

Other confirmed speakers are from companies and brands such as Indochine Media Ventures (Singapore), Innovation Media Consulting (USA), Meredith Corporation (USA), Modn Media (Singapore), The Economist (UK and Hong Kong), The Kreisky Media Consultancy (USA), Time Out Group (UK), University of Mississippi (USA) and Upnexxt (UK), with several more to be announced soon. 

FIPP Asia-Pacific Agenda

You will hear from international, regional and local speakers sharing expert insights, opinions and tips aimed at those in management positions at a strategic and operational level.

They will form part of an agenda focused on digital transformation and innovation, including multi-platform, pureplay and mobile content, revenue and business models. 

Join us for FIPP Asia-Pacific

For more on FIPP Asia-Pacific or if you have questions

  • Visit the FIPP Asia-Pacific website at fippasia.com.
  • Contact FIPP’s Commercial Director John Schlaefli for more about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities
  • Contact FIPP’s Chief Content Officer and Marketing Manager Cobus Heyl for more about remaining speaking slots
  • Contact Claire and/or Natalie with general enquiries

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