Mr Goodwin, author of the book Digital Darwinism, was voted the number one voice in marketing by LinkedIn, with his profile garnering more than 570,000 followers on the platform. An industry provocateur and commentator on the future of marketing and business, Goodwin is a columnist for The Guardian, TechCrunch and Forbes and frequent contributor to the World Economic Forum, GQ, Ad Age, Wired, Ad Week, Inc, Quartz and Digiday.
INFORM News Media Summit, sponsored by Media Super, is the Asia-Pacific’s annual gathering of the leading minds in news media, catering to advertising and media professionals either working with, or within, news media brands. To register visit www.informsummit.com.
Guest speaker Vanessa Clifford is chief executive of Newsworks, the marketing body for the UK’s national news brands in all their forms, that works with advertisers and agencies to help them harness the influence and context of the national press to deliver effective campaigns in a multiplatform world.
She has worked in the media and marketing industry for more than 25 years in a variety of roles rising from a media trainee working on Farleys and Wrigley to working on the client side at British Rail as head of media and marketing in the year running up to its privatisation, before returning to media agencies.
Jarrod Dicker is an entrepreneurial technology and media executive. He is currently the chief executive officer of Po.et, a platform for a new decentralized media economy.
Prior to Po.et, Mr Dicker served as innovation chief at The Washington Post and founded RED, the Post’s research experimentation and development team. There he oversaw the company’s technology, product, operations and strategy across the entire business.
“We have attracted another world class speaker line-up for this year’s INFORM Summit, who will bring a unique and interesting perspective to the event. Speaking on commercial and product innovation in not only news publishing but also global trends, INFORM will bring its audience the best marketing and publishing executives and the vital role of quality journalism in an era of fake news and mistrust of social media platforms,” NewsMediaWorks CEO, Peter Miller, said.
Other speakers and panels will be announced in the lead up to the Summit. NewsMediaWorks’ annual News Media Awards gala dinner, sponsored by Media Super, will follow the Summit on the evening of Friday, 14 September, 2018.
For further information regarding the Summit and awards go to www.informsummit.com.