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DIGITAL INNOVATORS’ SUMMIT Show and tell


Now in its eight year, FIPP’s Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS) in Berlin atracts leaders from content businesses, technology innovators and service providers who come to share innovations and insights, and network with the industry’s pioneers.


he DIS 2015 main summit takes place on 23-24 March and the objective of the event is to help content business leaders develop better strategies and build better media businesses. It features innovative companies and thought leaders from across the digital spectrum. By the end of November, more than 130 international colleagues from 22 countries had booked their places. Early bird bookings – saving delegates 100s of Euros on standard delegate rates – are still open until 31 January 2015. Speakers from the following companies have confirmed:


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• Aller Media (Denmark) • Elsevier (USA) • EMAP (UK) • F+W Media (USA) • Gigaom Network (USA) • Google (USA) • Harvard Business Review (USA) • Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford (USA)


• Hearst (USA) • Innovation Media Consulting (UK and USA) • LinkedIn (USA) • Lions Festivals (UK) • Piano Media (USA) • Rocketspace (USA) • Say Media (USA)


Join us at the DIS to… ✱ Network with global senior media executives


✱ Learn from and engage with top industry speakers


✱ See the Media Hack Day overview and presentation


✱ View quick-fire DSX startup presentations ✱ Engage in smaller workshop-style discussions and ‘fireside’ chats


✱ Engage with innovative service providers in the expo centre


✱ Socialise and sample Berlin nightlife


A hive of activity at the Digital Innovators’ Summit this year


DIS 2015: So much more Hip Berlin is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s hottest startup scenes. So while the Summit remains the focal point of the event, the DIS has also developed into a hive of activity that taps into all the opportunities the city has to offer. Overall, DIS includes a hackathon, startup tours and networking opportunities, detailed below:


✱ 21-22 March: Media Hackathon (www.innovators-summit.com/ mediahackday-about/)


✱ 22 March: Berlin startup tours (www. innovators-summit.com/dis-network- startup-tour) and city tour (to be confirmed); opening drinks


✱ 23 March (afternoon): DIS Startup Xchange (www.innovators-summit.com/ dis-network-startup-tour0) forms part of the main Summit, showcasing some of the best Berlin startups in five-minute sessions with Q&A opportunity ✱


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✱ 24 March (afternoon): Summit workshops and another Berlin startup tour (www. innovators-summit.com/dis-network- startup-tour)


Innovators Tour: April 2015 The second DI Tour takes place on 19-24 April 2015, this time going to New York and Boston; increasingly hot beds of media and technology innovation. The tour is aimed at senior executives.


Apart from visiting innovators, this means


an exclusive opportunity to engage with peers from around the world to study companies visited and trends explored. Places on the tour will be limited, so register your interest as soon as possible at www.innovators-summit.com/ditour1


The DIS is organised by FIPP, VDZ and eMediaSF


23 March (late evening): attendees are invited to join us for a fun evening of drinks and networking at a Berlin venue, to


www.innovators-summit.com


> For more information about the DIS, visit www.innovators-summit.com.


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