The Digital Innovators Summit, taking place on 19-21 March in Berlin is the place to hear about the future of media and technology directly from the innovators who are driving change.
DIS brings together senior executives from media businesses, technology innovators and solution providers to share ideas, discuss emerging trends and showcase future products.
The conference attracts over 1,000 senior executives from over 35 countries with attendees including CEOs and other C-suite execs, managing directors, heads of online and mobile, publishers, editors and content managers, business development, marketing and sales.
If you are 35 years old or younger and would like to create some buzz on your social media channels about our fantastic event, we will reward 10 lucky people with free tickets to attend this fantastic two-day event.
How to be in with a chance of winning a FREE ticket:
If you are 35 years old or younger and are happy to do the following, please register below:
1. Regularly create original tweets/social posts about the DI Summit using the hashtag #DISummit
2. Regularly re-tweet/re-post news about the DI Summit using the hashtag #DISummit
You can get inspiration for your posts by taking a look at our blog.
How to register
Email Christine Huntingford, FIPP at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Job title
- Company name and address
- Social media handles
In your email please list 3 key digital innovation things in your area of expertise that you think will have an impact in the future.
On receiving your details, we will
- Register you on our database and subscribe you to FIPPWorld and the DIS Newsletter (if you are not already on those distribution lists)
- We will draw 10 people from the most active users on Thursday 16 February 2017
The winners are also expected to continue with the social media promotion in the run up to, and during the Digital Innovators Summit.
Click on the following links to find out more:
Why attend? | Programme | Testimonials
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