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Panpa Bulletin : August 2006
32 | PANPA bULLETIN august 2006 CALENDAR August 28-29 Sao Paulo, Brazil FIRST LATIN AMERICAN LEADERS SUMMIT Aug/Sept 31-2 Orlando World Centre Marriott Society for News Design 2006 Annual Workshop & Exhibition September 14-16 Brussels STRATEGY AND bUSINESS OF NEWSPAPERS IN 2015 The scenario technique offers answers to your questions about the main driving forces of future development, and critical chances and risks. Use this workshop to systematically develop future scenarios on which to base high- potential strategies for your business. Details: www.ifra.com September 20-22 Barcelona, Spain 35th Annual INMA Europe Conference Taster Topic:What Newspapers Can Learn from Magazines. Newspapers and magazines have many similarities and differences. In recent years, the number of magazines worldwide has skyrocketed, with publishers and advertisers in search of smaller and higher value niche segments. In this presentation, learn more about the magazine industry's strategic pursuit of readers and advertisers and what this might portend for newspapers. Details: http://www.inma.org/2006- barcelona.cfm October 9-12 Amsterdam, Netherlands IfraExpo 2006 Europe's major newspaper technology conference and exhibition. Details: www.ifra.com Your guide to the best 2006 events August 28-30 Pavilion Convention Centre, Conrad Jupiter’s, Gold Coast 37TH ANNUAL PANPA CONFERENCE The largest Australasian newspaper conference focussing on the latest editorial, technical and marketing issues. With over 85 speakers including: • Graeme Samuel -- ACCC Chairman; • David Kirk -- newly appointed Fairfax CEO and former NZ Rugby captain. • John Forcucci -- The Boston Globe • Jim Chisolm -- based in France, reporting on key strategic issues facing newspapers worldwide • Graham Barr -- based in NZ, reviewing global marketing practices fro newspapers • Paul Ramadge will facilitate some of the best and brightest editors across Australasia to discuss what our future holds. To register contact ICMS: Tel: + 61 (2) 9290 3366 email: email@example.com. For online registration: www.panpa2006.com Details: www.wan.org