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In two weeks speakers, delegates and sponsors from 40+ countries will get together in London for the 41st FIPP World Congress, the industry’s flagship global event. Time is now running out to join them there.

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The 41st FIPP World Congress takes place from 9-10 October 2017 (with speaker programme on 10 and 11 October) at Tobacco Dock in London. 

  • Learn: More than 100 speakers from around the world will share insights across three Congress channels – our main stage, specialist stage and Innovation/Insight Theatre. Not only addressing industry-specific topics of the day, but also looking at emerging technologies and, very much so, future opportunities for media.

  • Network: Nothing beats face to face! At last count, colleagues from 44 different countries will join us at the Congress. There’ll be plenty of opportunities to network, socialise and have fun at set social events, in our Congress marketplace and/or during programme breaks. Registered delegates can use our online diary to pre-arrange meetings.

  • Experience: Because the Congress is more than just an event, in more than just another city. Come and enjoy yourself with us. 

 

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