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Download the FIPP Insider London speaker presentations

View and download the speaker presentations from the FIPP Insider in London, 12 December 2018.

 

FIPP Insider London ()

 

Available presentations are listed below.
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James Hewes, FIPP: Nine industry trends

John Wilpers, Innovation Media Consulting: Why quality journalism cannot do without reader revenues

Timo Lehesvirta, UPM: UPM forestry meets global megatrends

Hayley Grantston, Beano Studios: Using data and insight to create stories kids love

Edward Marr, Thomas Cook Media & Partnerships: How brands innovate to become media - including print 

 

FIPP Insider London was possible thanks to UPM.

 

 

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