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Hear about innovation at The Washington Post at DIS2017

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With more than 35 speakers already confirmed for Digital Innovators’ Summit, we hope you can join us from 19-21 March 2017 (with the main Summit on 20-21 March) in Berlin to be part of the experience.

Only three weeks remain to register with our discounted pre-agenda rate, with savings of €600 on the final rate. Click here to register at the discounted rate today. Alternatively, should you consider booking for 5+ people, contact Anja Mumm for more information on our custom delegation packages available.

With digital in a continuous state of innovation and change, DIS2017 brings together experts from around the world, in media and in related industries, to share ideas, insights and expertise. Attracting more than 600 delegates from 30+ countries, DIS2017 also provides opportunity to meet, discuss trends, challenges and opportunities, and/or simply catch up and have fun through a number of formal and informal networking events. 

The latest speaker to be confirmed for DIS2017 is Jeremy Gilbert, Director of Strategic Investments at The Washington Post. He will provide an inside look into developments at the organisation since Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos acquired it in 2013. See a list of the other speakers so far confirmed, here

DIS is organised by FIPP, the network for global media, and VDZ, the German Publishers Association. Join us in Berlin by booking your discounted pre-agenda ticket today.

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