Spotlight on Middle East media in international context
About a month from today, media leaders will get together in Dubai for FIPP’s Middle East & Africa conference, taking place on 10-11 February.
The conference, organised by FIPP, the worldwide media association, will shine the spotlight on media developments in and from the Middle East and Africa, within the context of developing media trends worldwide.
It is an exciting and timelyopportunity for delegates to learn from, engage with and network with leading speakers and delegates from around the world.
By attending, delegates will find out more about opportunities and trends in the Middle East and Africa, and other parts of the world. They will witness inspirational best practice case studies and have the opportunity to attend Masterclasses for deeper insight into particular topics of interest.
They will hear Middle East and Africa speakers including Motivate’s Ian Fairservice, 7AWI’s Anas Abbar, Oryx Gulf Media’s Adel Habib, MEED’s Richard Breeden, GN Publishing’s James Hewes, Edelman DABO’s Jason Leavy,Dubai Lynx’s Emma Farmer,Haykal Media’s Abdulsalam Haykal, Saudi Specialized Publishing Company’s Mohammad Alomar, CNBC Africa’s Sid Wahi, Ringier Africa’s Julian Artopé, Media24’s Suzy Brokensha, and PwC’s Charles Stuart, to name a few.
International speakers include the likes of India TodayGroup CEO Ashish Bagga, Hearst Magazines International President and CEO Duncan Edwards, Google’s Alexander Bregman, Time Inc. UK CEO Marcus Rich, Bloomberg Media EMEA Publishing Director Justin Dewhirst, “Mr Magazine” himself Samir Husni, FIPP President and CEO Chris Llewellyn, Immediate Media Co. Director of International Licensing and Syndication Tim Hudson, global media expert Peter Kreisky, and more.