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10 reasons to join the 10th Digital Innovators’ Summit

Apart from the chance to save €800 on the final delegate rate if you book for Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS) 2017, below are 10 other reasons to sign up for DIS 2017 today.

The 10th Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS) takes place from 19-21 (with the main Summit on 20 and 21) March 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Book with our launch offer today

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1. An incredible line up of speakers

DIS 2017 is your chance to hear and engage with the people who are shaping tomorrow’s industry. It will boast a superb line up of media, marketing and technology influencers from around the world all delivering stories that will challenge and inspire you. Our programme includes standalone presentations, panel discussions and in-depth workshops across three stages. Crucially too, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to ask your own questions.

2. Stories from across the globe

Sometimes the best stories and emerging business models come from surprising sources. So the DIS boasts speakers from various markets who are creating exciting new business models in sometimes challenging conditions. Over the past 10 years, more than 350 international speakers have shared insights at DIS, 60 of those in 2016. They’ve come from Europe, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, South Korea, and more. 

3. Hear key American execs

Many key US media and technology influencers don't make the trip to Europe too often. But they make an exception for DIS, with 100+ participating in DIS over the years – 20 in 2016 alone. From the New York-based heads of the world's leading media companies, through to the ambitious young execs from Silicon Valley’s hottest startups - DIS brings them to Berlin. 

4. Superb networking opportunities

It isn't just the speakers who will inspire you - your fellow delegates will too. DIS is like an exclusive club for high-level media executives - professionals in media, marketing and technology from across the globe. It is a great place to rekindle or make connections, share experiences and create lasting business relationships.

5. The chance to enjoy the vibrant city of Berlin

With its innovative restaurants and chic new bars and cafes, Berlin is one of Europe's hottest destinations. Join us for one of our social events - taking in the sights or sampling the nightlife - or plan your own agenda. Berlin has so much to offer.

6. Explore new business solutions at the expo

Our expo area showcases innovative companies who may just offer exactly the solution your business needs. It’s also the venue for DIS Early networking drinks the Monday evening, providing you with an opportunity to mingle with colleagues and solution providers in a relaxing atmosphere.

6. Play with the latest gadgets

DIS is a great place to get hands on experience with some of the hottest new gadgets and accessories, or to simply relax participating in our theatre of fun in the Expo area.

8. DIS is in a cool place

DIS 2017 will again be held in the Deutsche Telekom Representative Office in Berlin that artfully blends history with its modern and open architecture.

9. Have fun!

Well - why wouldn’t you?  We’re all nice people working in an exciting industry. And to help a little with the atmosphere and networking, we’ll have some fun events lined up for the Summit with our DIS Late offerings.

10. Re-live it all

Delegates get exclusive, first access to video interviews, speaker presentations and more after the event, so if you missed some speakers during the event, you can always catch up later on what they said, or remind yourself and colleagues of sessions of particular interest. 

Remember, book with our launch offer today to save €800 on the eventual 2017 delegate rate. 

For more information, including how to save more if you book a delegation to the DIS, contact Anja Mumm.

For speaker proposals, contact Cobus Heyl. And for sponsorship opportunities, contact John Schlaefli (international) or Birgit Altstoetter (Germany). 

Not familiar with the DIS? Simply visit the DIS website to see videos, photos and more from DIS 2015, the 2015 programme and previous speakers involved.

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