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Still not made up your mind? Well, here is why YOU should be at Congress.

We know your time is scarce and there is a limit to how much you can fit into your diary, but the FIPP World Media Congress promises to be so beneficial to senior media players like you that I wanted to send a reminder of what you will be missing if you don’t attend.

Ticket prices go up on 26 May. Get Yours Now.

Congress takes place from 7-9 June in beautiful Cascais, on the outskirts of Lisbon, Portugal.


Senior, global media players:

The delegates come from businesses around the world including the New York Times, BBC, Axel Springer, Vivendi, Lovatts, Mondadori and National Geographic.

All senior decision makers, their roles include CEO and President, content, marketing, sales, syndication, licensing, HR, editorial and product development.

From print to podcasts, subscriptions to sales, AI to editorial, virtually every aspect of the media industry will be represented.

Making it easy for you to meet key people with minimal effort and maximum efficiency of your time.


Can you afford not to be there?

Consider the value. With colleagues, collaborators and competitors all together, sharing their knowledge and learnings, it will be a hotbed of inspiration and ideas.

We can’t think of a more effective or efficient way of gathering the latest information from around the media world, ready to take back and apply to your business.

It’s an efficient use of your valuable time.


An investment worth making

Make the most of your time by investing 2.5 days in one event, learning from 80 speakers, networking and meeting one to one (with our Deal Room meeting organiser) with 300 other delegates and taking in the beauty of Cascais, venue for your conference.

The full agenda on 8 and 9 June is available here for Day 1 and here for Day 2.

Congress delegates can also register for free for our First-Party Data Strategies seminar on 7 June (although, note, we have nearly reached capacity for this seminar and for the seven workshops which are part of the Congress agenda on 8 and 9 June).

Limited tickets remain and if you book before May 26th, you avoid the late booking fee.

Don’t miss out.

Book your ticket HERE