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Who’s the who in Wuhan?

In a little less than three months, delegates from China and other parts of the world will join FIPP and the Chinese Periodicals Association (CPA) for the 6th FIPP Asia conference, taking place from 14-15 September in Wuhan, China. Tickets for FIPP Asia are currently available at a discounted rate.

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The 6th FIPP Asia runs alongside an established media fair (14-16 September), organised by CPA and the Hubei Council, attracting media and technology exhibitors from China and beyond. An estimated 100,000 people attend the fair over three days.

 

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About Wuhan

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On the banks of Yangtze and Hanshui Rivers lies the city of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province with a population of some 60 million people. 

FIPP Asia and the CPA Periodicals Fair takes place at the Hubei Exhibition Centre, an impressive theatre for international-level conferences and exhibitions.

Only between 1.5 to 2 hours from Hong Kong, Beijing or Shanghai, Wuhan is easy to reach for international visitors, with the Intercontinental Hotel at the Hubei Exhibition Centre an oasis from where to join in FIPP Asia, the media fair and to do business.

 

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Who’s speaking?

FIPP Asia speakers 25 June ()

 

Speakers so far confirmed are from organisations such as:

  1. Bloomberg Media, Hong Kong
  2. Dennis Digital, UK
  3. Dow Jones, Hong Kong
  4. Edipresse, Hong Kong
  5. Heart Media, Singapore
  6. Immediate Media Co, UK
  7. Innovation Media Consulting, USA
  8. Meredith Corporation, USA
  9. PressReader, Canada
  10. Reuters Institute for Journalism, UK
  11. Worldwide Media, India

 

More speakers – from China and beyond – will be announced in coming weeks.

 

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We hope to see you in Wuhan in September.

For more information visit the FIPP Asia website or contact Claire Jones and/or Natalie Butcher.

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