FIPP World Congress in London | Last chance to save | Reasons to attendAt the 41st FIPP World Congress you can learn from businesses and meet with media colleagues from around the world – in one place, for 2.5 days, in London. And what’s more, if you book on/before 30 April, you can save at least £800 on final delegate rates.
Published 25 April 2017
Inside view: the battle for top talent across media, tech and other sectorsWith a battle for top talent between media and other sectors there are still a number of factors making media companies a magnet for talent. However, at the same time, a worrying aspect is that some skills often most desired in leaders are regularly also cited as most lacking in the industry’s collective leadership.
Published 19 April 2017
4 dimensions of successful media organisational changeLucy Küng, advisor, professor, and author focused on strategy, innovation, and mastering digitalisation sets out her view of the current digital sphere, while providing some insights for enacting effective organisational change, including 4 key dimensions of successful transformation...
Published 10 April 2017
Lessons for all publishers from the transformation of Abril in BrazilAs one of Brazil’s largest legacy media companies, Abril Group is now evolving quickly and seeing some fantastic results. Walter Longo, President & CEO, explains how the business makes decisions to evolve, and why it is headed in the direction it is...
Published 4 April 2017
Digesting the futureTrusted Media Brands, Inc. (TMBI) has built up an impressive portfolio of special interest titles, including Reader’s Digest, Taste of Home and The Family Handyman. However, while the company’s business has traditionally been built on loyal print audiences, Vince Errico, chief digital officer of Trusted Media Brands in the USA, explains that the digital world is now offering special interest titles new opportunities for growth...
Published 28 March 2017
Don’t forget VR, but the bigger opportunity for publishers is ARApple CEO Tim Cook reportedly loves augmented reality (AR). And at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Pokémon Go creator, Niantic’s John Hanke, told the BBC he believes AR will be better business than virtual reality (VR). We spoke to a specialist in AR to find out more about the opportunity for publishers.
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