Your FIPP London agenda and speakers update

See the latest list below.

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They include speakers from Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, The Netherlands, UAE, the UK and the USA from brands such as Contently, Cvent, Google, Facebook, Harvard Business Review, MIT Technology Review, POPSUGAR, Quartz, The Daily Beast, The Economist, The New York Times and more.

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FIPP Mobile will include sessions such as:

1. Worldwide innovation: why you should be thinking ‘mobile only’

2. Secrets to mobile success: how POPSUGAR spreads the love

3. Why VR has The NYT smiling all the way

4. Playing in Facebook’s sandbox – tips, strategies and expectations

5. How to create mobile audience value and monetisation opportunities

FIPP Tech will include sessions such as:

1. The role of technology in building the media company of the future

2. Beyond ad-blocking: Advertising 2.0

3. Artificial Intelligence, data and automated journalism

4. How to think about audience engagement, data and analytics

5. Strategies to develop seamless customer journeys & build paid content revenues 

In addition, John Wilpers, Senior Director USA, Innovation Media Consulting and Editor of FIPP’s Innovation in Media World Report, will present four Innovation masterclasses in FIPP Innovation. Note that one will have Mandarin translation to accommodate a delegation from China.

A fourth FIPP London channel, Worldwide Media Marketplace (WMM), is a platform dedicated to face-to-face meetings to discuss partnership, licensing and syndication deals. Once you are registered for FIPP London, you can use our online diary to preschedule meetings in the WMM meeting place.

See the preliminary programme, as of the end of March, here. An updated, final version will go live in the week of 25 April. And here is the list of speakers as of 15 April:

• Anas Abbar, CEO, 7AWI, UAE

• Rebecca Allen, GM UK and Europe, Contently, UK

• John Avlon, Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Beast, USA

• Mark Beard, SVP Digital Media and Content Strategy, The Economist, UK

• Jim Bilton, MD, Wessenden Marketing and Brandlab Research, UK

• Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, Chief Operating Officer, MIT Technology Review, USA

• Angela Byun, Senior Director of International Development & Strategy, Golf Digest, Condé Nast, USA 

• Timur Cetin, VIP, Business Development (EMEA), Unruly, UK

• Robert Cottrell, co-founder, 1Pass, UK

• Simon Davies, Managing Director EMEA, Quartz, UK

• Sam Dolnick, Associate Editor Digital and Lead Editor VR, The New York Times, USA

• Duncan Edwards, President and CEO, Hearst Magazines International, USA

• Frances Evans, Director of Licensing and Advertising, Burda International, Germany

• Ruth Feldman, SVP Brand Development, Martha Stewart Living, USA

• Luca Forlin, Head of Strategic Partnerships EMEA/International, Google, UK

• Darren Goldsby, Chief Digital Officer, Hearst Magazines UK

• Andy Hart, SVP, Chief Revenue Officer, Hearst Magazines International, UK

• Koos Hussem, President & CEO X-CAGO, The Netherlands

• Hussein Khalil, CEO, OneVision Software, Germany

• Justin Kirby, VP Strategic Content Marketing, Tenthwave Digital, UK

• Gerrit Klein, CEO, Ebner Verlag, Germany

• Steffen Konrath, Founder and CEO, LIQUID NEWSROOM, Germany

• Toby Hoon, Chief Information Officer, Immediate Media Co., UK

• Peter Kreisky, Chairman, The Kreisky Media Consultancy, USA

• Genevieve Kunst, Managing Director Europe, POPSUGAR, UK

• Jesper Laursen, CEO, Native Advertising Institute, Denmark

• Brian Ludwig, SVP of Sales, Cvent, USA

• Joshua Macht, Publisher, Harvard Business Review, USA

• Nikolay Malyarov, EVP, Chief Content Officer & General Counsel, PressReader, Canada

• Carolyn Morgan, Owner, Penmaen Media, UK

• Carine Nevejans, International Director, Presstalis, and President of Distripress, France

• Chris Llewellyn, President and CEO, FIPP

• David McMurtie, Head of Publisher UK Partnerships, Google, UK

• Andy Mitchell, Director of Partnerships, Facebook, USA

• Iain Noakes, Global Digital Acquisition Journey and Performance Director, The Economist, UK

• Marcus Rich, CEO, Time Inc. UK, UK

• Neil Robinson, Digital Director, Time Inc. UK, UK

• Ingo Rübe, Chief Technology Officer, Hubert Burda Media, Germany

• Johnny Ryan, Head of Ecosystem, PageFair, Ireland

• Ross Sleight, Chief Strategy Officer, Somo Global, UK

• John Wilpers, senior partner, Innovation Media Consulting, USA

• Wolfgang Zehrt, Founder, Textomatic, Germany

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