2nd Future of Media & Publishing Berlin Meetup - hosted by Impact Hub Berlin

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Bibblio is proud to present the 2nd Future of Media & Publishing Berlin Meetup.

PLACE: Friedrichstrasse 246, 10969 Berlin


THEME: Traffic acquisition

• Networking, food and drinks

• Introduction word by Impact Hub Berlin & Bibblio

• Talk by Joachim Eeckhout (Co-Founder & Managing Director at Labiotech.eu)
Joachim is the co-founder and Managing Director of Labiotech.eu, the leading digital media for Biotech in Europe. With the help of his co-founder and team of passionate people, Joachim grew Labiotech.eu from 0 to over 100,000 monthly visitors in less than 4 years, making it the most-read biotech news outlet in Europe.

• Talk by Dr. David Klett (Managing Director 'Professional Resources for K12 Professionals' at Klett Lernen und Information)
David Klett is managing director of one of the four divisions of the Klett Group, which is among Europe's biggest education companies. David Klett is responsible for a series of specialist educational publishing houses in German speaking Europe as well as for worldwide cooperation and M&A activities. After graduating in economics and philosophy, David Klett earned his doctorate in the sociology of the family and childhood.

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• Break for networking & drinks

• A panel on traffic acquisition in publishing

Mads Holmen (Co-founder and CEO at Bibblio)
Mads runs Bibblio, a leading provider of personalization and content recommendation services. He’s a passionate ‘better web’ advocate and recognized publishing industry commentator. Bibblio works with online platforms like The Economist, AFAR.com and The Business of Fashion. Before Bibblio, Mads used to help the world’s largest brands reach their audiences online as part of Danish startup goviral. He worked closely with the founding team throughout the company’s rapid expansion and sale to AOL. After the acquisition, Mads continued as planning director for Europe before founding Bibblio in 2014.

Appearing on panel:

- Deana Mrkaja (Senior Audience Development Manager at Handelsblatt)
Deana spent most of her childhood in the garden of her grandparents in Sarajevo. She's sorry that her last name does not end in "ic". The study of political science in Berlin and Paris took longer than planned, since her theories are too theoretical and she already began to gain a foothold practically as a journalist. She has worked for taz, Focus Online, ZDF, Berliner Morgenpost and is currently working for Handelsblatt. In addition, she has realised various freelance journalistic projects in recent years. Being a journalist means having the best job in the world for her.

- Christian Pieper (Head of Audience Development at Funke Digital)
Christian works as the Head of Audience Development with Funke Digital GmbH in Berlin. His professional specialization and background is in the area of SEO (positioning and optimization for searching the Internet), social media, online marketing, web analytics and business intelligence.

- Emily Dreesen (Head of Audience Development at Highsnobiety)
Bio will follow.