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Julia Jaekel, James Tye, Erin Doherty, Mark Frith added as Congress speakers

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We have now added Julia Jaekel, CEO of Gruner and Jahr, James Tye, CEO of Dennis Publishing, Erin Doherty, editor-in-chief of Elle France, and Mark Frith, editor-in-chief of Now and Look at Time Inc. UK to our list of speakers for the 41st FIPP World Congress, taking place from 9-11 October in London.

Early bird registration for the Congress is currently available, with discounts offering savings of 100s of pounds sterling.


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Jaekel, Tye, Doherty and Frith join a list of 80 international speakers confirmed for the Congress, from markets including Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Norway, Poland, Singapore, Switzerland, The Netherlands, UAE, UK and USA. 

They represent businesses and brands such as:

  • Abril, Brazil; AJ+, USA; Anhui Huishang Media, China; Ascential, UK; Associated Press, USA; Axel Springer, Germany
  • BBC Worldwide, UK; Bloomberg Media, USA; Boston Consulting Group, Austria; Business Insider, UK
  • Cannes Lions, UK; Condé Nast International, UK; Centaur Media, UK
  • Ebner Media Group, Germany; eMarketer, USA; Flipboard, USA; Forbes, USA
  • Golf Digest, USA; Google, UK; Harvard Business Review, USA; Hearst Magazines, UK; Immediate Media Co., UK
  • Mashable, UK; Meredith Corp., USA; Modn Media, Singapore; Motivate Publishing, UAE; National Geographic Partners, USA; NBC News and MSNBC, USA
  • Polityka, Poland; PressReader, Canada; Prisma Media, France; Refinery29, USA; Reuters Institute for Journalism, Switzerland; Ringier Axel Springer, Switzerland
  • Say Media, USA; Schibsted, Norway; St. Joseph Media, Canada
  • TEN: The Enthusiast Network, USA; The Economist, UK; The Business of Fashion, UK; The India Today Group, India; Time Inc. UK; Trusted Media Brands, USA
  • Woodwing, The Netherlands; Worldwide Media, India

The agenda will include topics such as:

  • Display advertising in a world dominated by Google and Facebook
  • Strategies for developing direct audience revenue models
  • Monetising video (and other content)
  • Building a subscriptions business from the ground up
  • Building best in class events and experiences
  • Rebooting organisations: from transformation to growth
  • How Artificial Intelligence will impact media
  • The enduring power of special interest media brands
  • Magazine brands’ role within business’ wider strategic framework
  • Internationalisation strategies for web-native brands
  • Talent acquisition, development and retention
  • Trust in media and the future of journalism
  • Strategies for quality multi-platform storytelling
  • Storytelling with video, AR, VR, drones, and audio
  • User experience as a competitive advantage
  • And more…

Early bird registration for the FIPP World Congress is currently available, with discounts offering savings of 100s of pounds sterling. This offer ends on 31 July.

Further discounts are available for delegations of five or more people. Contact Natalie Butcher and/or Claire Jones for more.

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