With participants from 39 countries already registered, the Congress will have a high-power audience with more than a 25 percent at C-level (CEOs, CFOs, CMOs, etc.), more than 33 per cent at (at least) director or VP level and 15 per cent either senior publisher or editor levels. Meet with them informally in the expo area (more below) or set up one-to-one meetings with Deal Room, which we will open to delegates two weeks ahead of the Congress.
There is now less than a month to go the FIPP World Congress, so if you are still interested in going, do sign up soon before hotel and other prices increase.
Here is an overview of the people you are likely to meet.
Delegates registered as of 15 October have the following designations (% out of total).
They come from the following regions (% out of total).
Delegates from 39 countries have so far registered. The five countries with the most delegates are (% out of the total):
– US: 30
– UK: 11
– Canada: 9
– Germany: 6
– Japan: 4
You will hear from more than 70 speakers from the following markets:
– Africa: South Africa
– Australasia: Hong Kong, India, Japan, Singapore
– Europe: Denmark, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, UK
– North America: Canada, USA (with around half of the total number of speakers)
– South America: Argentina, Brazil
Covering a range of key topics and trends within the industry but also providing insights from outside, ensuring we prevent bubble-speak at the event! See the agenda here (note: remains subject to minor change).
Last but far from least, meet with sponsors and exhibitors ranging from leading publishers through to tech solution providers, including: UPM, PressReader, Axel Springer, Better than Paper, Dennis, Eidos Media, Erak Global Works, Future, Immediate Media Co., Lineup, Magazines Canada, Meredith, Ontario Creates, PugPic, SynoInt, The New York Times Licensing Group, Wright’s Media, Zephr and Zinio. Sign Up Now.
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