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DIS2018 takes place on 19-20 March in Berlin, Germany. Confirmed speakers are from companies and markets including:

  • A: Aller Media (Finland),, Egmont (Denmark), Axel Springer (Germany), Associated Press (USA)
  • B: BBC (UK), Brandwatch (UK), Business Insider (USA)
  • C: Cheddar Inc. (USA), Civil Media Company (USA), Condé Nast International (UK)
  • D: Dennis (UK), Dennik N (Slovakia), Duke University (USA)
  • E: Ebner (Germany)
  • G: Google (UK)
  • H: Harvard Business Review (USA), Hearst Digital Media (USA), Hubert Burda Media (Germany, HuffPost (UK)
  • I: IDG (UK/USA), Innovation Media Consulting (UK)
  • J: Libelle, Sanoma (Netherlands)
  • M: MediaLink (USA)
  • N: National Journal, Atlantic Media (USA)
  • O: Oxford University (UK)
  • S: Snap Tech (UK), South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
  • T: The Economist (USA), The New York Times (USA), The Washington Post (USA), Thomas Cook Media and Partnerships (UK)
  • U: University of Vienna (Austria)
  • V: Verimi (Germany), VGTV, Schibsted (Norway)
  • And more

Take a look at Day 1 and Day 2 of the agenda to see the speakers and topics they will cover. Visit for more on the overall event.

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