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Download your free Digital Innovators’ Summit 2016 Special Report

FIPP and VDZ are delighted to share our Digital Innovators’ Summit 2016 Special Report with you today, which you can download from the DIS website now.

It is 100 per cent free; we do not even ask personal info in exchange for the report.

With this Special Report, we hope to share some of the key highlights from speaker sessions across the two days of the Summit, grouped into eight broad themes:

1.    Social platforms and mobile

2.    The fight against ad blocking

3.    The continuing rise of content marketing and native advertising

4.    Virtual Reality is coming

5.    Emerging revenue streams

6.    The centrality of technology

7.    Targeting younger audiences - Millennials and Gen Z

8.    Content innovations

Download the report.

In 2017, DIS is back in Berlin, taking place from 19-21 March. Our limited 2017 launch offer is currently available, with savings of €800 per ticket on final 2017 rates.

·       FIPP and VDZ members:

o   Sign up now at €1,190. Save €800 on the final rate of €1,990

·       Non-members:

o   Sign up now at €1,690. Save €800 on the final rate of €2,490

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2016 saw our biggest summit to date, with close to 700 delegates, more than 60 speakers and sponsor slots sold out. We intend to do even better in 2017, so do join us there.

In the meantime, enjoy our DIS 2016 report and remember our 2017 launch offer is now available.

For more on DIS, and for videos, photos, speaker presentations and more from DIS2016, visit the DIS website at innovators-summit.com.

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