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Innovation and the future of media will be top of the agenda at FIPP Insider Paris on 1 October 2019. FIPP Insider is FIPP’s half-day event series trotting around the globe, with place for – depending on venue – 50-100 people making for an intimate, interactive learning experience.
Attending FIPP Insider is free, but with limited places available it is best advised not to wait too long before signing up if you want to attend. Sign up now to secure your place.
Registration opens at 9 am, with the agenda running from 10 am and the event finishing with networking and a light lunch from 1 pm to 2 pm. The agenda is focused on innovation and the future of media, with speakers so far confirmed including:
- James Hewes, President and CEO, FIPP. James will share top trends driving the future of media around the world.
- Annaïk Barbé, Head of Innovation, Prisma Media, France. Annaïk will talk about innovation, moving from a product to service mindset, and why your future may depend on it.
- Jon Watkins, a consultant who researched and authored a report for FIPP and UPM on the digital-to-print models and the future of media. See the report here and find out more about what Jon had learnt.
- Anne-Sophie Lechevallier and Adrien Gaboulaud, Paris Match, France will share how innovation with data led to creating DataMatch and the writing of a book, “Les Poids des Mots du president Macron” (The weight of words of President Macron)
FIPP Insider Paris takes place in partnership with UPM, the Biofore Company and will be held at the offices of SEPM at 44 Rue Cambronne, 75015, Paris.
Remember, places for FIPP Insider Paris are limited so sign up now if you want to join us on 1 October.
We hope to see you there!
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