With only a couple of days to go before our DIS2019 launch offer ends, we can now announce the first 11 speakers confirmed for DIS.
Our launch offer for DIS2019 (Digital Innovators’ Summit) ends this Friday, 28 September. By registering before the deadline, you will save a massive €800 per ticket on eventual rates.
DIS2019 takes place on 25-26 March 2019 in Berlin, Germany. The first 11 speakers confirmed for DIS are:
Nick Rockwell, Chief Technology Officer, The New York Times, USA
Reed Phillips, Co-founder and Managing Partner, OaklinsDaSilva+Phillips, USA
Tuuli Toivainen, Chief Business Officer, A-lehdet Oy, Finland
Jennifer Brandel, CEO and Co-founder, Hearken, USA
Vince Errico, Chief Digital Officer, Trusted Media Brands, USA
Ursula Morgan, President, Creative Bug, USA
Helje Solberg, Chair, Faktisk, Norway
Unmish Parthasarathi, Global Head of Digital Sales – International Cricket Council and Convergence Consultant, Singapore
Elrike Lochner, General Manager, AMP Digital, South Africa
John Wilpers, Senior Director USA, INNOVATION Media Consulting, USA
Tom Rowland, VP: International Licensing and Business Affairs, Meredith Corporation, USA
Join them and other leading speakers and attendees from around the world at DIS2019 on 25-25 March, Berlin Germany.
We hope to see you in Berlin!
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