It’s back! The Guardian’s Changing Media Summit is back for its seventh year for a two day event on the 21st and 22nd of March 2012. Click here for my recap of the 2011 event.
The summit aims to brings together the biggest and brightest names from across the globe to debate the future course of the media and content industries against the backdrop of disruptive digital change. Over two intense and rewarding days you'll gain business critical insight from the individuals and organisations reshaping your industry.
Who Should Attend
The Changing Media Summit is aimed at senior executives responsible for strategies in digital, online, mobile, marketing, branding, finance, comms, content, audio and more. Whether you are a brand owner, media owner, agency, content creator, tech company, manufacturer, solution provider, a start up or an established player, the Changing Media Summit is an essential date in your media calendar.
Last year there was a great line up of speakers which included Gino Fisanotti, Director of Marketing at Nike; Adam Crozier, Chief Executive at ITV; Rob Grimshaw, Managing Director at Ft.com; Dan Heaf, Director of Digital at BBC Worldwide; Christian Hernandez, Director of Partnerships at Facebook and Amanda Palmer, Executive Director of the Doha Film Institute – to name a few. Speakers for this year will be announced shortly.
For more information about the event, including how to register and highlights from last year’s summit, click here to visit the website. To be kept updated, you can also follow the summit on Twitter: @GuardianCMS2012