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TRANSFORM YOUR THINKING


FIPP, with the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, created EPIC - a unique five-day professional development programme for executives in leadership roles. EPIC will help you find new ways to lead and develop your business during technological transition. The programme, designed specifically for the global magazine media industry, will give you the tools you need to adapt to change. Case studies, insights and toolkits from other industries will encourage you to think differently. You will be able to immediately apply the lessons learned directly to your business. This exclusive executive programme gives you the unique opportunity to discuss industry challenges with like-minded peers, in an intimate setting like no other.


If you want to...


• Lead through disruptive change • Foster innovation • Create and align strategies • Transform and future-proof the organisation • Manage growth


...EPIC is the course you must attend in 2015.


Go to www.fipp.com/epic to find out how this programme will benefit you. Or contact Christine Huntingford, Vice President, FIPP on +44 20 7404 4169 or email christine@fipp.com


TAKING PLACE IN OXFORD, UK, FROM 6TH - 10TH JULY 2015


A very good programme with a perfect structure and rhythm over the days. Very prominent, impressive teachers, with a lot of outcomes and takeaways.


Dr Hans H. Hammer, Managing Director Auto, Computer and Sports Magazines, Axel Springer AG, Germany


FANTASTIC. Provided excellent ideas that will help me transmit change management in the company.


Frances Evans, Director International Licensing & Advertising, Hubert Burda Media, Germany


I am very much satisfied; my expectations were met and exceeded, especially in the lectures of innovation, ambidextrous leadership and leading


adaptive change. Jorge Canahuati Larach, President & CEO, Grupo OPSA, Honduras


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