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Less than three weeks left to the FIPP World Congress

It’s almost last chance saloon to join more than 80 top international speakers and many of your international media colleagues in Toronto, Canada for the FIPP World Congress, taking place from 13-15 October.

Register today

The FIPP World Congress is your one opportunity in 2015 to invest a little time to get a real close-up, in-depth and truly global look at the world of content media – and to make sense of where it is going next.

The Congress will shine the spotlight on worldwide magazine media and related industries as never before. Take a look at the programme to see who will be sharing insights, ideas, lessons and provoke discussion at the Congress.

Register to see them live

Of course, when you speak to many an attendee of previous FIPP events, they will tell you the opportunity for quality, in-person networking is often as an important a draw card as the speaker programme. With delegates from around the world, gathering in one place, for a limited period, and with ample opportunities to socialise, this should be no surprise. See the latest list of companies that will have delegates at the Congress.

Don’t miss out.

Join your global media colleagues

If you have questions regarding the FIPP World Congress, contact Claire Jones and/or Natalie Butcher.

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