The Future of Conferences with Fortune, Wall Street Journal, & Financial Times
Before the pandemic, media brands were scheduling conferences and events at unprecedented pace. Now, as we settle into an awkward mix of remote and in-person gatherings, publications too are feeling out the right path forward.
For this panel, we'll speak about the future of media events with the folks who manage the most influential conferences in the business world, including:
- Kim Last, Editor of Live Journalism & Special Content, The Wall Street Journal - Jennifer Ablan, US Assistant Managing Editor, The Financial Times - Marlene Saritzky, Founder, MSS Associates; program director, Fortune Brainstorm Tech
This will be a 45-minute virtual panel on Zoom followed by a 15-minute audience Q&A, conducted via chat.
Venue: Online Event
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