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C&binet secures Disney’s Stephen Moore and Spotify’s Paul Brown as speakers

Alice | 14 Aug 2009, 11:03

The Walt Disney Company EMEA executive vice president, Stephen Moore, and Spotify UK managing director, Paul Brown, will debate the merits of paid for content at the first ever c&binet forum in October.

They’ll be joined by Paid Content UK editor Robert Andrews to discuss the roles of new formats and technologies.

The c&binet forum runs from 26 to 28 October at The Grove in Hertfordshire. Business leaders from across the creative and finance industries will debate access to finance for creative industries, new business models for online content, developing talent and securing creative rights. Other key speakers and sessions on the agenda were also announced today.

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BBC Vision director Jana Bennett joins IPA chairman Rory Sutherland at c&binet

Alice | 14 Aug 2009, 10:56

BBC Vision director Jana Bennett and Institue of Practitioners in Advertising chairman Rory Sutherland will debate the best ways to create opportunity in the creative industries.

The session will be run by political journalist and New Deal of the Mind chairman, Martin Bright.

The c&binet forum runs from 26 to 28 October at The Grove in Hertfordshire. Business leaders from across the creative and finance industries will debate access to finance for creative industries, new business models for online content, developing talent and securing creative rights. Other key speakers and sessions on the agenda were also announced today.

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Microsoft’s Ashley Highfield confirmed speaker at c&binet forum

Alice | 14 Aug 2009, 10:54

Microsoft UK consumer & online managing director, Ashley Highfield, is confirmed as one of the top panellists at October’s c&binet forum. Highfield will join other creative industry leaders to debate some of the new technology set to shape the creative economy over the next ten years.

Wired UK editor David Rowan will lead the session which also includes Cisco Systems UK managing director, Phil Smith.

The forum runs from 26 to 28 October at The Grove in Hertfordshire. Business leaders from across the creative and finance industries will focus on some of the biggest issues facing the creative sectors. Other key speakers and sessions on the c&binet agenda were also announced today.

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