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Revealed: preliminary agenda for DIS2018 now live

The preliminary agenda for Digital Innovators’ Summit 2018 is now live. See the preview here.

FIPP and VDZ’s 11th Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS) takes place on 18-20 March 2018 (with the speaker programme on 19 and 20 March) in Berlin, Germany.

 

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Discounted tickets are available until next Monday 18 December. You can sign up for your tickets here, or contact Ian Remmer at ian@fipp.com with any questions and/or to discuss custom pricing for groups of three or more people.

The agenda

Spread across two channels, sessions will include keynote presentations, panel discussions, deep-dives and more. Take a look at the preliminary agenda here. You can see the list of speakers so far confirmed, here. The agenda remains subject to change as we finalise remaining speaker invitations, so do check back regularly.

 

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The attendees

Innovators from media, marketing and tech sectors converge at this premium European media event to share ideas, learn about emerging trends and see new concepts in action. Each year, DIS attracts some 600 delegates from more than 30 countries in Berlin, a vibrant, always evolving city that is also at the heart of Europe’s startup culture. Based on current registration trends for DIS2018, with delegates from more than 20 countries already registered, 2018 will be no different. 

The experience

Apart from the top-notch programme and international speakers, delegates also have the option to book for add-on experiences (more about these closer to the event), join fellow delegates and solution providers for networking drinks after the close of Day 1 programming, and more. 

We hope to see you in Berlin!

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