We are closing in on announcing the 70th confirmed speaker for the FIPP World Media Congress in Cascais, Portugal, 7-9 June.

The latest confirmed speakers include Natalie Gamero, MD: Europe, at Condé Nast, Tom Armstrong, VP Global Advertising, The New York Times, Peter Thiers, Data Innovation and Protection Officer at Roularta Media Group, and Arvid Tchivzhel, MD of Digital Analytics and Data Science at Mather Economics, bring the total to 68.

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About the new speakers:

  • Natalia oversees Condé Nast’s transformation across Europe. Before being appointed to her current role, she was MD of Condé Nast Spain.
  • Tom is responsible for generating revenue from all of The New York Times’s multiplatform products globally. He is also closely involved with growing the Times internationally.
  • Arvid is Mather Economics’ data guru. He has advised hundreds of respected global brands on digital transformation strategy and implementation.
  • Peter assists Roularta Media Group’s business units in data-, CRM- and audience development, including data-driven strategy and innovation, digital publishing, paid content strategies & subscription management.

Agenda and more speakers:

They join speakers such as Brian Morrissey (The Rebooting), Alysia Borsa (Dotdash Meredith), Elizabeth Deeming (Future), Tanya Isler (Netflix), and many more.

  • See the Day 1 speaker agenda* here
  • See the Day 2 speaker agenda* here
  • See the list** of speakers here

*The agenda remains subject to change

**Where we have received photos and/or biographies so far

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Congress at a glance:

  • Agenda with two speaker stages and an exclusive workshop area
  • More than 65 top-notch international speakers
  • Access to session recordings after the event
  • Attendees from at least 25 countries
  • Two leading publisher and tech expo areas
  • Two smoothie and networking bars
  • Two evening networking events
  • Networking coffee and lunches
  • Several dedicated meeting spaces
  • The Pugpig running/walking club
  • VIP lunches and dinners (sponsor invitations)
  • FIPP board and Congress speaker lounge
  • Delegate free time to explore Cascais
  • Wonderful scenery
  • Sunshine (fingers crossed!)


For more about the FIPP World Media Congress, click HERE.