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FIPP ASIA special rate ends 30 July: To understand the future… learn from China

China is home to three of the world’s Internet giants, Tencent (with the popular WeChat app), Alibaba and Baidu, with large ecosystems developing around them, creating opportunities for startup and established media alike. 

 

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Less than one week now remains to book your place at a discounted rate for the FIPP Asia conference, taking place alongside the China Periodical Fair Exhibition in Wuhan, China from 14-16 September.

Our limited, discounted pre-agenda rate offer ends on 30 JulyBook now to save

This is your opportunity to visit China with colleagues from around the world to see the future in action.

 

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FIPP Asia conference

The FIPP Asia conference takes place on 14 and 15 September and includes an agenda with a mixture of top Chinese and international speakers. 

The agenda will include opening remarks from the President of the Chinese Periodicals Association, Wu Shangzhi, and an overview of the key media trends in the global market from James Hewes, president and CEO of FIPP. Other speakers will cover topics ranging from: 

  • Business transformation
  • Media innovation
  • Media investment opportunities
  • Media-tech developments and trends
  • Storytelling
  • Monetisation

The conference will be attended by some 500 senior leaders in media, and includes several built-in networking opportunities for attendees. Attendees are from markets ranging from China to Japan to India to Singapore to the UK, the USA and more.

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China Periodical Fair Exhibition

Running alongside FIPP Asia (and with an additional day on 16 September), all FIPP Asia attendees have access to the Exhibition from the 14th. The exhibition includes media and tech vendors from China and the wider region, as well as some international exhibitors.

It has a footfall of some 100,000 potential buyers across the three days, coming to see the latest state of the art media and technology innovations from the region and beyond and meeting with vendors to discuss potential business (note: there are translators available throughout the exhibition halls).

Don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of it. 

Remember! Our limited, discounted pre-agenda rate offer ends on Monday 30 JulyBook now to save

We hope to see you in Wuhan!

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