Here is a sneak peek into our progress with the agenda for Digital Innovators’ Summit, taking place from 19-21 March 2017 (main summit on 20-21 March).
Take a look at the draft agenda here.
Tickets are currently available at the pre-agenda, discounted rate of €600, but note this offer ends in very soon, on 30 November. You can sign up for the pre-agenda rate tickets here.
More than 40 speakers, from countries such as Argentina, Australia, France, Germany, Norway, Spain, The Netherlands, the UK and USA, are now confirmed. They include:
- Jay Lauf, publisher, Quartz and SVP, Atlantic Media, USA
- Gerrit Klein, CEO, Ebner Publishing Group, Germany
- Francesca Donner, director of Times Insider, The New York Times, USA
- Keith Hernandez, president, Slate, USA
- Zanita Whittington, creative director, photographer and model, Zanita.com, Australia, USA and Sweden
- Arnaud de Puyfontaine, CEO, Vivendi, France
- Samantha Barry, senior director of social news, CNN, USA
- Soumya Sriraman, executive vice president of Franchise and Digital Enterprises, BBC Worldwide, USA
- Jennifer Brandel, CEO and co-founder, Hearken, USA
- Andrés Rodríguez, president, Spain Media, Spain
Take a sneak peek at the draft agenda here. Sign up for discounted, pre-agenda rate tickets here (offer ends 30 November). Visit the DIS website at innovators-summit.com for more information.
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