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The 5th FIPP Ibero-American Magazine Media Conference has developed into an important international magazine media event, bringing together global speakers, top business leaders and cutting edge companies to share ideas and insights, to network and to inspire. This year’s FIPP Ibero-American Magazine Media Conference will take place at the WTC Events Centre, in São Paulo, Brazil on 22-23 September.


act With renowned local and international


speakers, a programme focused on latest developments in the industry, networking opportunity and a commercial expo, this is the one event not to miss if you have an interest in magazine media in the Ibero-American markets. The last FIPP Ibero-America


Conference took place in San Jose, Costa Rica, in November 2012. Under leadership of ANER – the


The 4th FIPP Asia-Pacific Digital Magazine Media Conference is the only fully international magazine media conference in Asia-Pacific. Hosted by FIPP and the China Periodicals Association (CPA) the 4th


of the bi-annual conference will take place in Beijing, China on 11-12 November 2014. Previously held in Seoul, South Korea in 2012, the conference attracts upwards of 350 senior executive business leaders from Asia, and the world. The Asia-Pacific Digital Magazine Media Conference will shine a spotlight on media innovation and developments in China, the wider Asia-Pacific region and the world, and include leading speakers from the region and beyond sharing insights and thoughts on the future of the industry.


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Speakers will showcase top magazine media innovations, offer an in-depth look at worldwide digital media – including magazine media – trends over the past year (and offer thoughts on the future) and consider research from around the world demonstrating how multi- platform magazine media brands continue to deliver high levels of engagement and efficient ROI for advertisers. They will share their views on


developments in B2B media; digital media business models, including the use of data; e-commerce opportunities; social media and smartphone marketing; effective content management; editorial excellence and innovation in advertising (such as programmatic and native advertising).


FIPP’s upcoming events will focus on two important magazine media markets – Ibero-America and Asia-Pacific. Here is a snapshot of what you can expect from both. Save the dates now!


WHAT? Ibero-American Magazine Media Conference


WHEN? 22 – 23 September 2014 WHERE? WTC Events Centre, São Paulo, Brazil HOW? www.fippsaopaulo.com


Brazilian Association of Magazine Publishers – and co-organised by FIPP, delegate registration and sponsorship opportunities are now open.


 Visit www.fippsaopaulo.com for more information and to book your place or contact Claire@fipp.com or Natalie@fipp.com.  For advertising and sponsorship opportunities at the event, contact Stuart@fipp.com or Andre@fipp.com.


WHAT? Asia-Pacific Digital Magazine Media Conference


WHEN? 11-12 November 2014 WHERE? Sofitel, Beijing, China HOW? www.fippchina.com


We will further consider the increasing number of digital companies launching printed magazines, to look at why they have fallen in love with magazines, and how they use print in their extended business models. Last but not least, experts will discuss next frontiers such as wearable computing, while in the last session of the conference a panel of CEOs will give their thoughts on the state of the magazine media industry.


 Visit www.fippchina.com for more information and to book your place or contact Claire@fipp.com or Natalie@fipp.com.


 For advertising and sponsorship opportunities, contact Stuart@fipp. com and/or Andre@fipp.com.


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