The early bird rate for FIPP members is €1,390 (the standard rate is €1,690) and for non-members €1,690 (the standard rate is €2,190). The offer ends on 31 January.
The DIS focuses on innovations within the magazine media and related media and technology fields impacting on content businesses.
Speakers confirmed are from companies and brands such as Aller Media, The Daily Best, Blendle, EMAP, Pinterest, Hearst, LinkedIn, Google, Harvard Business Review, Piano Media, Rocket Space, Gigaom, The Economist, Hewlett Packard and more.
Apart from speaker sessions, the programme also includes specialist workshops – open to anyone to attend but with limited space available – two on innovation and one on publisher strategies in the face of tougher data regulation.
Delegates so far registered for DIS 2015 come from 23 countries, and 90 companies including: A-lehdet Oy, Aller Holding, Arnoldo Mondadori, Axel Springer, Conde Nast, Edipresse, Egmont, Elsevier, Gruner + Jahr, Google, Harvard Business Review, Haymarket Media Group, Hubert Burda Media, Hearst, Immediate Media, LinkedIn, Lions Festivals (Cannes Lions), Marquard Media, Motor Presse Stuttgart, Outbrain, Pinterest, Sanoma Media, Time Inc, UBM Live and more.
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