Speakers, delegates and exhibitors from more than 20 countries will attend the Digital Innovators’ Summit from 17-19 March 2013 in Berlin, Germany, making it a truly international event focused on innovation within the magazine media industry and beyond.
Delegates from 23 countries have registered to date, representing Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa and from consumer, B2B and customer magazine media, digital media, national associations, consultants and others. As with previous summits, the audience will include decision-makers across the spectrum, including C-level, director-level, publishers and line managers across editorial, digital, sales, marketing, business development and other functions.
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The event is expected to draw together 400-500 participants, including more than 30 speakers from cross-platform media brands such as IHS Jane’s, Hanley Wood, Hubert Burda Media, Future plc, Sanoma Media, Axel Springer, Martha Stewart Living, Lucky, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, pureplays such as Tumblr, Foursquare and the Cheezburger network, service providers such as Salesforce, Piano, ePresse and Press+, and others such as AKQA, WPP, Vocatus, McPheters and Company, Altimeter Group, ResponsiveAds and Chartbeat.
The Digital Innovators’ Summit format consists of the speaker programme, along with opportunities in between for participants to network with international peers and/or engage with exhibitors in the commercial exhibition theatre. The summit kicks off on the evening of the 17th with the formal drinks reception, while following Day 1 we will introduce the inaugural DISFest, an opportunity to further network in a more relaxed atmosphere.
The programme will for the first time include two tracks to accommodate all topics to be covered, giving delegates an opportunity to choose presentations most relevant to them and their businesses. Topics include Trends in media consumption, Tablet and mobile trends, Best apps, Digital advertising, Paid content, Digital newsstands, Evolution of a print to content brand, Big data, Social discovery, e-Commerce for publishers, and more.