New York, NY (PRWEB) February 20, 2015
min has designed min Day 2015 to provide a 360-degree approach to tactics, strategic insights and new ideas touching on the key elements of a media company - sales, marketing, content, digital, and more. Held on Tuesday, May 12 at The Yale Club in New York City, this one-day conference is for magazine-media professionals and will deliver the most mission-critical trends and best practices available in the industry.
The phenominal speaker roster for this year's event includes:
-Lauri Baker, The Huffington Post
-Katherine Bell, Harvard Business Review, HBR.org
-Sarah Dale, The Wall Street Journal
-Erica Duecy, SAVEUR
-Betsy Ebersole, The Atlantic
-Betsy Fast, Seventeen
-Doug Grinspan, WIRED
-Crystal Hudson, Newbay Media
-Jimmy Jellinek, Playboy
-Sophie Kleber, Huge
-Justin Kunkel, andCulture
-Brian Leder, Razorfish Global
-Suzanne Molinaro, Deutsch
-Daryl Muller, National Journal
-Sebastian Raatz, Bauer Media Group USA
-Chris Rackliffe, Entertainment Weekly
-Bennett Richardson, POLITICO
-Jenny Rooney, Forbes
-Callie Schweitzer, Time & Time Inc.
-David Stern, Slate
-Ginger Taylor White, Amplifi US
-Phil Yam, Scientific American
-Suejin Yang, PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly
Magazine media has changed. Not only is change still happening, it's accelerating. What's working today may not work tomorrow. But industry transformation offers opportunities - new revenue sources, deeper engagement with audiences, new content products, tools that allow brands to scale quickly and technologies that fuel growth and increase efficiency. min Day 2015 will offer new ideas and proven strategies to unlock those opportunities for magazine-media professionals across the business.
The ten carefully-crafted sessions include:
-What Advertisers Want (and Need) This Year
-How to Create Killer Content Across Multiple Platforms
-Why the Newsstand Still Matters: A Q&A with Sebastian Raatz
-Video: Getting Big Fast
-The Native Advertising Formats Buyers (and Readers) Want
-Enhance Your Audience's Experience Through Great Design in Print and Online
-What 'Quality Content' Really Means in an Age of Clickbait
-Optimizing Your Brand for Social
-Paid Content Models for a New Era
-Magazine Brands, Movies and TV Shows: Big Opportunities for Big Exposure
Not only will min Day 2015 attendees have the opportunity to network with the speakers, but there are also multiple breaks built into the agenda as well as an end-of-day reception to ensure ample networking time will peers.
For more information and to register for min Day, visit http://www.minday2015.com.
For registration questions regarding min Day, contact Allie DeNicuolo at allie(at)accessintel(dot)com. For sponsorship inquiries, contact Tania Babiuk at tbabiuk(at)accessintel(dot)com.
min Day is brought to you by min, the industry's trusted source on the consumer and b2b magazine business, reaching thousands of media executives through print, online and in-person events. For more than 60 years, min has been serving the magazine and media community with unparalleled coverage of this ever-changing industry. Visit min at http://www.minonline.com.