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We are at Digital Innovators’ Summit 2018! Here’s how you can follow it

FIPP and VDZ’s Digital Innovators’ Summit 2018 takes place Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 in Berlin. If you were unable to make it to Berlin, here are some ways you can follow news from there.

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FIPP World Social:

Engage with us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram. The hashtag for DIS 2018 is #DISummit.

 

FIPP.com:

We will publish stories on FIPP.com from a number of sessions (see Day 1 and Day 2 agenda, or get the PDF, and list of speakers) as we go along through today and tomorrow, so check back from time to time to see what is new.

 

Post Summit:

We will let you know via above channels when photos, videos and speaker presentation slides (where granted the OK to publish) and DIS Special Report are available.

 

Don't forget:

• FIPP’s Innovation World Report 2018/19 launches at DIS. Find out more here.

• FIPP’s next big event is the the FIPP Asia conference, taking place on 14-15 September 2018 in Wuhan, China. More here.

• Subscribe to our (free) FIPP World newsletter to receive industry features and news directly in your inbox - and to be the first to know when FIPP will hold an event in a city near you.

 

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