As digital media and technology innovation continue at pace, DIS provides an opportunity to take time out of busy schedules and join 600+ peers in Berlin to consider and discuss the future of media and technology.
Focused on cutting edge trends, the agenda for DIS agenda will address themes such as media strategy, business models and monetisation, approaches to content, audience engagement and customer development, the future of news, video and TV, connected and influencer marketing and more. Spread across three stages, the agenda includes keynotes, panel discussions and masterclasses. The main Summit programme is on 20 and 21 March.
Speakers come from around the world, all of them at the forefront of their craft. Speakers for 2017 already confirmed are from companies and brands such as AJ+, AwesomenessTV, Bisnode, Carmel Ventures, Ebner Media Group, Editorial Perfil, Emblematic Group, Harvard Business School, Holition, Lakestar, Liquid Newsroom, NBC Digital News, Parse.ly, Robb Report, Slate, The Foundry (Time Inc.), The New York Times, The Washington Post, Vivendi and more. Take a look at the latest list of confirmed speakers here.
More than 600 delegates from 30+ countries attend DIS each year, most of them top-level strategic and operational managers. They represent in the main media, technology and marketing companies. DIS includes several networking opportunities, including meeting opportunities during the normal run of the Summit, as well as social get-togethers such as Berlin Walking Tour (19 March) and DIS Late Refined and DIS Late Redefined (20 March). Select the ones to participate in when you register.
Remember, only 2 weeks remain to save €600 on delegate tickets with our pre-agenda offer for the 10th Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS).
Further savings are available if you want to bring a delegation (5+people) to DIS. Contact Anja Mumm to discuss custom delegation packages.
We look forward to seeing you in Berlin in March!
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