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SEPM | Challenges & new trends in publishing

 

 

The Scandinavian Executive Publishing Meeting is the only event in Scandinavia that focuses on changes and developments in the publishing industry across national borders. We gather players in the industry and place them in an inspiring setting, where we discuss the future changes and challenges that are ahead of us. Previous, we inspired executives with topics like innovation, digitalisation, speech synthesis, SEO, social media, branding, customer insight, subscribtion, globalisations and author demand - with an international perspective from other industries.

 

At SEPM we shall learn more about how to understand the future, people, and technologies. With inspiration from the publishing industry and other industries, we shall discuss the methods and processes that must permeate your organisation – and about the need to constantly innovate.

 

If you would like to see some of the highlights again, you can catch up on our profiles at Twitter and LinkedIn or view our videos here

 

 

Anna Lewis @anna_cn – "Probably the best publishing conference in the world"

 

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Apr 18, 2018

What does the future of human life look like with the use of emerging technologies?

Listen to the interview with Britt Wray, Author and Media host.


Apr 11, 2018

"The problem with the publishing industry is that it is very path-dependent. They do what they've always done!"

Listen to the interview with SEPM17 moderator, Alexander Avanth.

 


Feb 27, 2018

"We need to redesign classrooms, so children can take ownership of their own learning using online and offline tools". Hear the interview with Aditya Prakash here


Feb 15, 2018

How does your business work hand in hand with technology? Listen to the interview from SEPM17 with Adam Lowe, founder of an immersive storytelling platform that uses different multimedia.


Dec 13, 2017

Schilling wishes you and your colleagues a merry Christmas and a happy new year! We are closed from 24-26 December and from 31 December to 1 January.