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Schedule and speaker programme

The Congress takes place from 12-14 November in Las Vegas, the USA. Here is a quick overview of the schedule, starting at 1pm on the 12th and finishing at 1pm on the 14th:

12 November: We start at 1 pm with keynote speakers and finish around 6pm. The programme consists of a number of individual presentations, fireside chats and panel discussions. Delegates are also invited to our opening drinks and awards with UPM, starting at 7pm for 7:30 pm.

- 13 November: We have three speaker channels, starting with programming at 9am through to 6pm. During the day we will feature a combination of speakers from magazine media, other media segments and related industries. For those who do not have organised meetings and dinners, the 13th is a free night explore Vegas as you please.

- 14 November: The agenda starts at 9 am and we finish at 1 pm with the wrap of Congress 2019. The focus today is solely on magazine media, with contributions from the US, South Africa, Argentina, Chinese Taipei, Japan, and India.

You can have a look at the speaker programme here (note: remains subject to minor changes). 

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Silicon Beach Tour

For those interested, we also have a Silicon Beach Tour in Los Angeles lined up after the Congress, starting with networking drinks with local business leaders in LA the evening of the 14th and visits to a number of companies on the 15th.

Places for the tour are limited and with several already taken up, we advise you to book as soon as possible (sign up as part of the Congress registration or contact Claire Jones at or Natalie Butcher at if of interest. Please note, there is an additional cost to attend this tour.


For more

Visit the Congress site at or get in touch with Claire Jones or Natalie Butcher any time.

We hope to see you soon!


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