2 Days•29 Speakers
•26 Presentations•7 Keynotes
•8 Networking Sessions
Print no longer occupies the position of power that it used to. With the ongoing decline in advertising spend, publishers are having to look at new models to sustain their position. Whilst this is not a new development, it demands more than a one-size-fits-all solution. The variety of complex challenges facing publishers are ever-growing.
In order to survive, media organisations are increasingly diversifying their products and revenue streams to offset the declining advertising revenue and meet the needs of the modern consumer.
Moving to digital media has been a necessity for media houses to navigate their way through the plethora of changes in the industry – yet, many are struggling to make that transition and to capitalise on the opportunities available to them to develop and evolve their business, to stay ahead of competitors and to meet the changing need of consumers. In this ever-changing media world, knowledge is power.
Digital Media Strategies 2019 is designed to provide senior media professionals with key information and insights to stay ahead of existing and new players in an increasingly competitive and evolving marketplace. This 7th European media summit brings together senior professionals and leading industry experts in media and publishing to share their ideas and inspire others to stay ahead of the curve.
I came back with a number of ideas and issues to address at Dennis as a direct result of the event”
James Tye, CEO Dennis Publishing
A fantastic insight into how well known brands are handling the digital transition”
Peter Howson, Editorial Director, The Business Year
I could not get to sleep afterwards – my mind was buzzing!”
John Welsh, MD Digital & Content, UBM
The only event I go to every year… the quality of the speakers is always very high and I leave with an iPad full of insight which I can take back to my business”
Drew Broomhall, Chief Digital Officer, Boat International
Both Fenchurch Street overground and Tower Hill underground stations are just a 5 minute walk from the venue.