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Your final chance to save on FIPP Congress tickets

Our final special offer with savings of US$300/ticket for delegate places at the 42nd FIPP World Media Congress ends today. Sign up here.

The Congress takes place from 12-14 November in Las Vegas, with the speaker programme starting at 1pm on the 12th running through to 1pm on the 14th.

Join 70+ global speakers and worldwide colleagues, solutions providers and potential business partners there. Sign up today to save $300/ticket on your delegate place/s.

 

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Visit fippcongress.com for more information or contact Claire Jones at Claire@fipp.com or Natalie Butcher at Natalie@fipp.com if you have questions.

We hope to see you in Vegas!

 

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