2 Days•29 Speakers
•26 Presentations•7 Keynotes
•8 Networking Sessions
Digital Media Strategies helped our attendees understand how to make the most of addressing the key strategic challenges behind developing a profitable and sustainable media business in a constantly developing digital world.
Returning for its seventh year, the event demystified what can be done for your business, whether you’re a niche B2B information publisher or a large international news outlet.
In today’s ever-evolving media environment, publishers are constantly looking at new models in order to sustain their competitive position. Whilst this is not a new development, it now demands more than a one-size-fits-all solution. And the variety and complexity of these models can often be daunting.
Whether it’s aligning your commercial and editorial content, creating a seamless user experience, transforming your business or developing a long-term plan for sustainability, Digital Media Strategies is the must-attend event each year.
Take a look at the stellar speaker line-up and what was discussed at this year’s event, and about how Digital Media Strategies works for you.
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
Flashes & Flames
Business Standard, India
Haymarket Media Group
Play Sports Network
The Ozone Project
Managing Director, Ozone Audience
Chief Revenue Officer
Editor in Chief
The Stylist Group
Global Head of Media
Chief Commercial Officer
Group Digital Director
Managing Director, Commercial Growth
Both Fenchurch Street overground and Tower Hill underground stations are just a 5 minute walk from the venue.