CEOs from some of
the world’s most prominent magazine media businesses will teach, guide and
inspire delegates at a time of rapid industry change during the 39th
FIPP Congress in Rome on 23-25 September 2013.
Attendees at the FIPP Congress will benefit
from the personal insights of Bob Carrigan, CEO of IDG, USA; Ernesto Mauri, CEO
of Mondadori Group, Italy and Micheal Federle, COO at US-based Forbes Media. People
who attend will also learn how editors are using the power of the audience in a
digital age in a session led by Tarun Rai, CEO, Worldwide Media, India.
Tom Bureau, CEO,
Immediate Media, UK, will share insightful ways to extend magazine media brands
into new markets, products and services while CEO of ALM in the US, Bill Carter,
will explain what magazine media companies can learn from successful mobile
businesses. Ruth Feldman, VP and international editorial director at Martha
Stewart Living in the US explores tablet publishing – arguably the most significant change to the
magazine media industry in recent years.
Paul Keenan, CEO
of Bauer Media, UK, will guide publishers through e-commerce as a revenue
stream and Duncan Edwards, CEO, Hearst Magazines International, USA, will share
the secrets of building a global print business whilst pivoting to a digital
This and so much
more awaits delegates attending the FIPP Congress in Rome, for programme
details and to book your place visit www.fippcongress.com
When in Rome…
During your trip
to Rome for the FIPP Congress, why not visit some of its most iconic landmarks?
- The Coliseum
Amphitheatre is heralded as the greatest feat of Roman engineering and
architecture. Built for gladiator contests and public spectacle, its grandeur
- The Pantheon
translated as ‘Temple of the Gods’, is a 2000 year-old structure that remains
the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. Spiritual and awe-inspiring
- Trevi Fountain
boasts stunning baroque architecture featuring the statue of Oceanus “the God
of all Waters”. Captivating and romantic.