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Only TWO days left to save 100s of euros on DIS tickets

Only three days remain to save €600 per ticket for FIPP and VDZ’s 11th Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS), taking place from 18-20 March in Berlin, Germany.

 

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As we continue to build the first draft of the DIS2018 programme, register with our discounted pre-agenda rate before this Thursday, 30 November, when the offer ends.  

>> Sign up today <<

 

Speakers and agenda

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DIS is the essential platform for quality media businesses to share innovation and insights, network and do business. With some 50 speakers across two channels, DIS has been established as the media event in Europe to attend if you are interested in digital innovation. With a constantly shifting media and technology landscape, DIS2018 will bring together people sharing valuable ideas. Some of the sessions include (see the list of all speakers so far confirmed, here): 

  1. The Amazonification of media – Troy Young, Global President, Hearst Digital Media, USA
  2. Platforms and the media… what next? – Vivian Schiller, Independent Editor in Chief at Weber Shandwick and Director at the Scott Trust, USA
  3. Using emerging media formats to super-charge audience engagement success – Maureen Hoch, Acting Editor, HBR.org at Harvard Business Review, USA
  4. Transforming Hong Kong’s newspaper of record – (now Alibaba-owned) South China Morning Post – Gary Liu, CEO, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong
  5. How IDG’s global pivot to hyper-vertical publisher can work for you – Matt Egan, Editorial Director: USA and UK, IDG, USA/UK
  6. From magazine publisher to data business - Pauli Aalto-Setälä, CEO, Aller Media Oy, Finland
  7. A new kind of media for a new generation – Melissa Rosenthal, Executive Vice President, Cheddar Inc., USA
  8. What newsrooms can learn from fact-checkers on innovation and collaboration – Mark Stencel, Co-Director, The Reporter’s Lab, Duke University, USA
  9. Publishers, machine learning and language: competing in the Single Digital Market - Markus Peschl, Professor: Cultures and Technologies of Knowledge, Vienna University
  10. How the rise of visual search will impact your media business – Jenny Griffiths, Founder and Software Engineer, Snap Tech, UK
  11. How social listening helps the BBC launch hit shows, and what publishers can learn from them – Jenny Woods, Social Media Research Lead at BBC, and Will McInnes, CMO, Brandwatch, UK 

 

Network with colleagues

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With 600 delegate places available at DIS2018, join and network with colleagues from 30+ countries who will be at DIS2018. Participants from the following 22 countries have already taken advantage of our exclusive pre-agenda offer: 

  • Argentina; Austria; Belgium;
  • Brazil; Denmark; Finland; Germany; Greece;
  • Hong Kong; Indonesia; Norway; Poland; Russia;
  • South Africa; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; The Netherlands;
  • Turkey; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United States

Join them by signing up with our pre-agenda offer today, to save €600 on your delegate tickets. This offer is availably until 30 November only. 

 

Speak to solution providers

Last but not least, meet up with top industry solution providers in our expo theatre to see how they can help your business into the future, or simply to get a different perspective from outside your direct ecosystem on challenges and opportunities facing you.

 

>> Join us in vibrant Berlin <<

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