The New York Times will do business in Bangkok. How about you?
Join the New York Times News Service and Syndicate and several other globally known magazine media companies and brands at this year’s FIPP Worldwide Media Marketplace (WWM).
This is the first WMM in Asia this decade, and rightly will bring together attendees in one of the most lucrative, and growing, magazine media sectors worldwide. Taking place in Bangkok, Thailand for 14-15 May 2014, registration is now open.
WMM is unique in that it brings together media executives from around the world for face-to-face meetings across two days and with one aim: to do deals and build business partnerships. Whether your company is large or small, if you are in or are interested in cross-border publishing and brands, this is the ultimate opportunity to meet an array of likeminded peers in an environment dedicated to deal making.
Here is what the NYT News Service and Syndicate has to say about WMM:
“WMM offers a unique opportunity to meet publishers from around to world who are looking for strong syndication solutions and brands to license. It is a good venue to take the pulse of the industry and understand how publishers are adapting to their specific market challenges, and are constantly innovating, both in print and digital, while searching to diversify their portfolio of titles and revenue streams.”
Several other companies and brands have so far confirmed their attendance in Bangkok. If you have already registered, you can use our online diary to pre-schedule meetings with other attendees to ensure you use your time at WMM as productively as possible.
Visit www.wmm.net for more information and/or contact Claire Jones or Natalie Butcher.