Over the years, DIS has been established as the place in Europe to hear about the future of media and technology from the innovators who are driving change. They help delegates make sense of opportunities available and to come, and how to make digital innovations count.
With standalone presentations, panel discussions, fireside chats and deep-dives, broad themes for this year’s Summit include:
- Digital transformation, market expansion and investing in digital growth
- Platforms, distributed content, audience engagement and data
- Media, tech, product and storytelling innovation
- Monetisation strategies
Take a look at the Summit agenda:
With some 60 speakers confirmed, delegates will hear from the brands, companies and institutions such as Axel Springer, Atavist, BuzzFeed Open Lab, Contently, FT, GE, G+J, Golf Digest, Google, Hearst, Hubert Burda Media, Mediacom, Mic, National Geographic, Paris Match, Refinery29, Schibsted, The Brown Institute of Media Innovation, The Economist, The New Yorker, The New York Times’ T-Brand Studio, The Next Web, The Reuters Institute for Journalism, Twitter/Periscope, USC Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism, Time Inc., Wearable IoT World, and many more.
Some 700 execs from 35 or so countries will get together for DIS 2016 in Berlin, a vibrant, always evolving city that is also at the heart of Europe’s startup culture. With DIS a premium conference; it is a high quality, executive level audience. With plenty of opportunities for networking, the audience is as compelling a reason for joining us in Berlin as is the Summit agenda. 2016 will be no different. With a record number of delegates already confirmed, you should join them too.
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