With only a little more two weeks left to FIPP’s Worldwide Media Marketplace (WMM) and Digital Newsstand Forum (DNF) in Bangkok, Thailand, now is the time to finalise your place to join some 80+ leading media companies from around the world.
WMM and DNF are 2-events-in-1, taking place on 14-15 May. Book today to gain exclusive access to both the WMM and DNF. 1 ticket = 2 events.
Which other companies are going?
In only the last few of days, companies such as August Myanmar Media Group (Myanmar), Dennis Publishing (United Kingdom), Financial Times (United Kingdom), Tribune Content Agency (United Kingdom) and Websmedia (South Korea) have registered to join other attendees from at least 30 countries around the world. Why not join them and companies such as the following, representing some of the best-loved media brands worldwide and looking to do business with you in Bangkok?
• Axel Springer, Bauer, Bonnier, Burda, Femina Group, Editora Altro Astral, Gulf News Magazines, Hello!, IPC, Jcontentree, Kodansha, Martha Stewart, Mondadori, Media24, Publicitas, Rodale, South China Media, SPH Magazines, The New Summit Media, York Times, The Economist, Time, Time Out, and many, many more.
About WMM and DNF
WMM, back in Asia for the first time this decade, offers attendees the opportunity to get together in one physical environment to meet and do licensing, syndication and JV partnership deals. WMM aim is squarely on doing business, and attendees are able to schedule meetings with prospective partners before the event through an online diary system.
DNF, a new digital marketplace event, focuses on the emergence of digital newsstands as a key business opportunity for publishers. Running alongside WMM, it features speakers from the publishing and service provider sectors, sharing knowledge on key trends, ongoing developments and best tablet and smartphone practice.
All attendees are welcome (and encouraged) to set up WMM meetings as well as join DNF speaker sessions of particular interest to hear some of the latest thinking regarding worldwide digital publishing. See the joint WMM/DNF programme (note: DNF programme subject to minor change).
Remember: One ticket = two events. Book your pass now.
Can you really afford to let the opportunity pass to gain exclusive access to the people behind some of the world’s best-loved media brands, with the opportunity to also hear about the freshest digital publication trends and practices?