The DIS pre-agenda offer with savings of €600 on final delegate rates ends on 30 November, a little more than a week from now. Go here to sign up before the offer expires, or contact Anja Mumm if you are interested in custom packages for delegations of five or more people.
We already have 40 speakers confirmed, and counting. They will speak across three stages at DIS 2017 in a programme that includes standalone and panel discussions, as well as more deep-dives. Here is a little more about some of them:
See the list of the first 40 confirmed speakers here.
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.
Now in its 10th year, DIS is a premium event attracting more than 600 top-level delegates from 30+ countries. In addition to the speaker programme, DIS2017 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. Register on or before 30 November to save €600 on the final delegate rate.
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