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Reward your up and coming media talent in the global stage

What better way to reward your up and coming media talent than with a free ticket to the FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas, two free nights accommodation at the Planet Hollywood Resort and recognition on the global media stage?

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That is exactly what FIPP is offering the winners of their Rising Stars in Media Awards, kindly sponsored by UPM

It does not matter which area of the media business your executives work in as the awards cover all disciplines, or whether they work full/part time or are a freelancer. All we ask is they are under the age of 35 and have either made a significant contribution to your business, implemented an innovative new initiative or idea, or have demonstrated particular talent that you think is worthy of recognition.

The FIPP World Media Congress, taking place at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas on 12-14 November 2019, will provide the winners with a chance to develop further by learning from and engaging with the people who are shaping today’s media business. A world class line up of experts in media, marketing and tech will share insight through a variety of keynotes, specialist seminars, panel discussions and on-stage interviews over three days. The winners will also be FIPP’s guests at the FIPP Insider London on 12 December 2018, followed by the awards ceremony.

The FIPP Rising Stars in Media Awards are completely free to enter.

Deadline for entries: Wednesday 31 October 2018

To nominate someone from your team, simply complete the application form in fipprisingstars.com or contact Claire Jones, head of events, for more information.

 

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