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This is your last chance to register for the 10th Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS) with our pre-agenda rate, saving €600 on the final delegate rate.

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DIS 2017 takes place from 19-21 March 2017 in Berlin, Germany. The pre-agenda special offer ends 4 pm CET on 1 December.

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See the draft agenda (subject to change) here. The latest list of speakers confirmed for DIS 2017 here (more to be added soon). Join them in Berlin by signing up with our pre-agenda discount today. The offer ends at 4 pm CET on 1 December.

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About DIS

With digital in a continuous state of innovation and change, DIS2017 brings together experts from around the world, in media and in related industries, to share ideas, insights and expertise. Attracting more than 600 delegates from 30+ countries, DIS2017 also provides opportunity to meet, discuss trends, challenges and opportunities, and/or simply catch up and have fun through a number of formal and informal networking events. DIS is organised by FIPP, the network for global media, and VDZ, the German Publishers Association. See more at innovators-summit.com.

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10 reasons to join the 10th Digital Innovators’ Summit

  • How Meredith fuels its revenue growth across channels Meredith, publisher of brands such as Better Homes & Gardens, Eating Well, Parents and Family Circle, achieved an interesting milestone recently. The company reached an inflection point where its digital advertising growth outpaced print advertising declines, according to Jon Werther, president of Meredith’s National Media Group. 13th Feb 2017 MagWorld
  • How Harvard Business Review is embracing the future
    Harvard Business Review’s print magazine recently underwent a redesign… But, as Josh Macht, EVP and group publisher for the Harvard Business Review Group, explains, the design changes are part of a much bigger shift in strategy, which involves a much bigger multi-platform ‘experience’ overall – gearing up HBR not only to take advantages of opportunities today, but also readying it for the opportunities of tomorrow.
    21st Feb 2017 MagWorld
  • Hearst Autos broadens audience, invests in mobile and editorial for 2017
    Hearst is investing resources into its new Autos division and expanding its automotive brands, building off the success of the last several months. This build up involves editorial expansion as well as a functional expansion, according to division president Nick Matarazzo. 
    17th Feb 2017 MagWorld
  • The New York Times News Service: from WWI ‘war wire’ to rich, multi-media content today Started during World War I, The New York Times News Service and Syndicate today offers partners rich multi-media content across a range of verticals and in several languages from not only The New York Times but also other premium content sources such as Harvard Business Review, National Geographic, Slate, The Economist, Meredith and more. 13th Feb 2017 MagWorld
  • [Long read] How prepared are you for another fundamental shift in how your audiences behave?
    Putting more emphasis on consumers’ behavioural shifts and not only thinking of the technological shifts is fundamental for publishers to survive another period of what will be “tumultuous change”. 
    19th Feb 2017 MagWorld
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