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Future of Media & Publishing Berlin - 5th Event - hosted by WeWork

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Bibblio is proud to organise its fifth Future of Media & Publishing event, kindly hosted by WeWork.

WeWork is a global community platform. They provide more than +400.000 members around the world with space, community, and services through both physical and digital offerings. Founded in NYC in 2010 by Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey, WeWork currently has more than 400 physical locations in 100 cities and 27 countries around the world.

Event themes: audience acquisition, reader engagement and monetization strategies for vertical and niche publications

For attendees: Do you work for a media or publishing business? Then this is the event for you! We have limited tickets for people from agencies, adtech companies and consultancies. Do you want to invite colleagues or friends? Please forward them this page. After you apply for your ticket, we'll come back to you shortly. Any other questions (e.g. regarding sponsorship)? Direct them to robbert@bibblio.org. Thank you!

Agenda:

- Drinks and networking

- Talk by Hannah Lueg (Co-Founder & Creative Lead at Overview Magazine)
Hannah is a marketing professional (B2B & B2C) with an international background in brand and marketing strategy and implementation and operations management. Together with Jeniffer Gontovos she founded Overview Magazine in 2017. The magazine delivers a wide range of lifestyle content in conjunction with fashion, beauty, sports and tech.
| https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannahlueg/ | https://www.instagram.com/overview_mag/

- Food, drinks and networking

Followed by panel discussion and Q&A with:

[Moderator] - Mads Holmen (Co-founder and CEO at Bibblio)
Mads is the co-founder and CEO of Bibblio, helping publisher grow their audience through quality content recommendation. He's a passionate ‘better web’ advocate, expert on the use of data to drive customer conversion, and recognised publishing industry commentator.
| https://www.linkedin.com/in/bibblio/ | @madsholmen

[Panel guest] - Emilie Rauschütz (Editor & Content Writer for the DACH market at N26)
Emilie is a strong media and communication professional with a Master’s Degree in Journalism from The University of British Columbia. Before she started at N26 in 2018, Emilie worked at Deutsche Welle, Onefootball and Ringier.
| https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilierauschuetz/ | @lemiliera

[Panel guest] - Lars Janzik (CEO at Vertical Media)
Since January 2018, Dr. Lars Janzik is CEO of Vertical Media. Until then, from March 2015, he was responsible for the digital products of the media brand WELT, an Axel Springer company. Previously, he served as Senior Director Product Management CE for the online recruiting specialist Monster, as well as in various executive positions for the software manufacturer Magix. Furthermore, in 2011 Lars completed his PhD on user innovation in online communities.
| https://www.linkedin.com/in/janzik/| @lazerfreak

[Panel guest] - Carrie M. King (Editor-in-Chief at Blinkist Magazine)
Carrie M. King manages all things magazine at Blinkist. Prior to Blinkist, she was the Editor of the Journal by Jobspotting, an online magazine that became a vital job search and career development resource. Carrie holds a BA in Journalism and an MA in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama. | https://www.linkedin.com/in/carrie-m-king-61475522/ | @Carrie_Off

[Panel guest] - Viviana Blihoghe (Founder & Publisher at moodsandcravings)
Viviana is skilled in negotiation, event management and public speaking. She graduated in international relations (political science), but always loved food. In July 2017 she started moodsandcravings.com, a recipe site where one is allowed to be moody and eat accordingly.
| https://www.linkedin.com/in/viviana-blihoghe/ | @moodsandcraving

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