41st FIPP World Congress media conference

FIPP World Congress

Tobacco Dock, London

9-11 October 2017

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About the Congres

The FIPP World Congress is a premium, global flagship event attracting some 800 senior level strategic and operational managers from some 40 markets around the world. They come from media companies, marketing agencies and technology solution providers. They attend the Congress to learn, network and do business with each other, and have fun.

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Agenda and Speakers

From transformation to innovation, from audience engagement to monetisation, from special interest media to AI in media... The preliminary agenda for the 41st FIPP World Congress is now available (please note it remains subject to change).

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Share in the insights and experiences from speakers at leading businesses and brands such as:

  • On emerging developments and future trends: Associated Press, Boston Consulting Group, Google, Facebook, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Modn Media, Somo, UPM, Word News Media Network.
  • On business model development: Abril, Adweek, Ascential, Bloomberg Businessweek, Condé Nast International, Dennis Publishing, G+J, Immediate Media Co., Mashable, National Geographic Partners, NBC News and MSNBC, Oxford University, Prisma Media Group, The India Today Group, Trusted Media Brands.
  • On revenue model development: Bonnier Publications, Centaur Media, Drawbridge, eMarketer, Flipboard, Golf Digest, Hearst UK, Meredith Corp., PageFair, Refinery29, Skytango, The Economist, The Foundry, Time Inc. UK, Vindicia.
  • On audience data, engagement and storytelling: Adestra, AJ+, CANNES Lions, CrowdCompass, ELLE France, Hearken, Motivate, Paris Match, POPSUGAR, upday, Wearisma, Worldwide Media Group.
  • On product and global brand development: Business Insider, Immediate Media Co., Psychologies Magazine, Ringier Axel Springer, Say Media, TEN: The Enthusiast Network, The Business of Fashion.
  • On magazine media innovation: Anhui Huishang Media, ARI, Axel Springer, BBC Good Food, Global Views Monthly, Innovation Media Consulting, Magnetic, Polityka, PressReader, Schibsted, St. Joseph’s Media, The Week Junior, We Like Mags.


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Christian Kallenberg on ‘touch and feel’ in a world of 'swipe and scroll'

As a strong believer in the haptic experience of analogue media Christian Kallenberg has been championing the value of print within a multi platform strategy.

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License to thrill

Larry Sommers, vice president of Meredith Content Licensing, and Mike Lovell, who manages the international brand licensing business, explain how they revolutionised Meredith’s proposition – and how they’re equipping it for the future…

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How video and social are perfect partner for news

With social channels increasingly growing and demand for video also on the rise, the two are a perfect match for new coverage. Shadi Rahimi, video producer at AJ+, shares tips for success…

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FIPP Insight Awards: Winning research revealed

Magnetic’s New Influencer Ecosystem research has been awarded Overall Winner of the FIPP Insight Awards 2017. It tops the list of studies rewarding the use of magazine media as an advertising medium, anywhere in the world. Gold Award Winners included Magazine Networks Australia’s Passion Response Study and Time Inc. UK’s Live the Passion research.

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How Ebner Media targets special interest audiences with effective advertising

Effective advertising within the special interest publishing environment is not nearly as complex as it seems if you can tap into data to help identify the right content, utilise multi-channel touchpoints and remain faithful to the value of print. In fact, says Gerrit Klein, chief executive at Germany’s Ebner Media Group, sometimes good advertising isn’t even advertising at all.

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How a Canadian publisher turned ‘the traditional ad model on its head’

As part of a fundamental shift in positioning of Fashion as a luxury brand rather than magazine, St. Joseph Media made a firm decision that the experience will transcend to advertisers too. It meant turning away programmatic advertising opportunities – losing revenue in the process – in favour of creating premium opportunities sold at high CPM. And it is only part of a fascinating case study in brand transformation and innovation…

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