The inaugural Media Executive Forum (MEF) was held at the Telegraph Media Group in June 2013. Building on the "honesty and openness" from CEO to CEO (Peter Rathmayr, Krone Multimedia Austria) and the "inspiring conversations" (Gunilla Asker, CEO at Svenska Dagbladet) at the 2013 forum, participants at the 2014 forum will be rolling up their sleeves!
The 2nd Media Executive Forum's aim will be on how to implement growth strategies for the 21st century media revolution by optimising resources without jeopardising the quality for which our leading European media houses are renowned.
International media professionals and specialists from inside and outside the industry will once more be pooling their experiences to discuss following planned topics:
Following speakers and panelist have already confirmed their to contribute:
On the 21st of May, after the morning session of presentations and case studies and the international CEO panel, the second half of the day, a "World Cafe workshop" will be held.
With expert facilitation and the participation of the presenters and panellists, this workshop will utilise break-out rooms to concentrate on the questions that delegates will need to answer in their own businesses.
The forum is designed to maximise the exchange of expertise. And, just as at the inaugural forum, places will be limited to facilitate this process.
So if you can decide and can make a difference to the strategy of your organisation, join us and help us help you to make the difference.
The forum took place in the auditorium at the Telegraph Media Group, 111 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0DT.
The auditorium overlooks the largest open-space newsroom in Europe, which is still a role model for many modern newsrooms structures and design in the world.
The Institute for Media Strategies brought together about 40 directors representing traditional media in Scandinavia, Germany, Austria and the UK for a conference at the Telegraph Media Group's offices. Read about the Media Executive Forum on the Guardian Media Network