The time-friendly (and fun) Ideas Day concept by INMA involves:
“I arrived in Helsinki for INMA's Ideas Day with a head full of
questions and left with a plethora of ideas and a greater understanding
of the opportunities that exist in our industry. It was very exciting to
me, as a digital journalist, to see what is being achieved in newsrooms
to drive audiences, extend engagement, innovate in storytelling, and
— yes — make money. I made a lot of new contacts and got
to hear about smart, real world ideas that are making a difference in
newsrooms right now. All in all, an excellent day.”
Alison Gow, Digital Innovation Editor, Trinity Mirror, United Kingdom
“I had a great time in Helsinki (2015) at the Ideas Day on Editorial & Newsroom
Innovations. I got a lot of input for my own ideas concerning our HNA brand in Kassel.
Thanks for the organization, It was perfect. And I would really like to join the next
Ideas Day in 2016.”
Horst Seidenfaden, Chefredakteur, Verlag Dierichs, Germany
“A congress feels to me to be worth the effort when it generates
five truly interesting ideas that I can go and work with. During INMA'ss
Ideas Day about a dozen emerged. More importantly: I knew that video would
come to play an increasingly important role. Yet, we are still somewhat
in the dark about its exact function and relevance for us as quality daily. I
deas Day presented me with interesting arguments and perspectives through
very specific cases. The 7-minute presentation format is truly wonderful.
It gave rise to ideas of all sorts."
Karel Verhoeven, Editor-in-Chief, De Standaard, Belgium
“I am pleased to recommend INMA's Ideas Days as a very effective
learning and networking experience for Irish Times staff. The Ideas Days
offer a broad exposure to a range of projects that are of immediate relevance
to attendees and of strategic interest to our industry. The format is
tightly focused whilst also allowing people to network and share
learnings with their peers from other countries. The locations
are easily accessible.”
Liam Kavanagh, Managing Director, The Irish Times, Ireland
If your Brainsnack case study is selected for presentation by the Programme Committee, receive up to €400 off of your registration!
Ekstra Bladet / Politiken
Address: Vester Voldgade, 1552 København, Denmark
To book a room at the preferantial “Ekstra Bladet” rate, contact the hotel and menntion “Ekstra Bladet.”
INMA's Ideas Day on Editorial and Newsroom Innovations will attract media talent from news media companies engaged with telling stories that matter.See Who will Be There
When is it?
Tuesday, 22 November
What is the attire?
Business casual: lose the tie
How to get to venue
From Copenhagen Airport to Ekstra Bladet
The Metro station is located at the end of Terminal 3 at the top floor. The Metro operates at 4- to 6-minute intervals during the day and evening hours and at 15-20 minutes' intervals during the night. All trains go in the same direction (so you can't get on the wrong train). The travel time to Nørreport Station in central Copenhagen to the airport is 15 minutes. From Nørreport Station it is a 15-minute walk to Ekstra Bladet or short taxi ride.
Get your company's name out there — sponsor opportunities
Contact INMA's Tom Corbett to learn more about your branding opportunities for this Ideas Day.
Flights to Copenhagen Airport
There will be an administrative fee of €300 per person for any cancellation of registration. Registrants always have the possibility to have someone else take their place, free of charge; written notice of the replacement together with name of the new participant must be sent to INMA beforehand.
Things to do
Click below to reserve your spot at INMA Ideas Day on Editorial and Newsroom Innovations in Copenhagen
* Non-member prices include one year of INMA membership
If you wouldd like to register as a group, we offer discounts for group registration of 4 people or more. Email Tom Corbett for details.
Phone: +32 486 37 13 36
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