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Friday, 4 November


Welcome by Moderator

10:15 - 11:15

Session 1

Google AMP: What Lies Ahead for the AMP Project?

Last year, millions of web pages suddenly got 4 times faster. The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project scales the best practices collected by the web performance community to a wide range of content websites and combines it with content caching and embedding technology that enables instant rendering for web content. With 8+ months of AMP being used by consumers and about a year after AMP was open sourced, this presentation will look at lesson learned for performance optimization at web scale and at what lies ahead for the AMP project.

Laurence Laurence Kozera Foucault
Google Search Strategic Partnerships Development Manager, Google LinkedIn @amphtml

Emeric Emeric Studer
Technology Manager, Google LinkedIn

A 24h-live ticker by Berlin‘s newspaper B.Z.

Objective: to create a new and effective tool for the most recent news of Berlin. This tool aims to provide the audience with local information about the city and beyond – immediately, anywhere, anytime. To ensure relevance, up-to-the-minute, B.Z. wanted to create a homogeneous flow of information on the mobile. They succeeded.

Carolina Carolina Munoz
Product Manager, B.Z. Digital, Axel Springer, Germany LinkedIn Berlin-Ticker

Startup Bigvu: A TV Studio in Your Pocket

Brands, Media and Publishers need to produce more and more videos to address their audiences on the web and on social networks. But producing video is expensive, requires time, dedicated equipments and crews. BIGVU is an end-to-end video production platform and an all-in-one pocket TV studio (teleprompter mobile app) allowing to scale video production without additional staff, turn social posts into stunning video sequences and anchor like a pro.

herve Hervé Muyal
Co-founder & VP Business Development, Bigvu, France @mojonewsroomLinkedIn

Startup EEYOU: Europe's Platform for Virtual Reality

EEYOU is Europe’s platform for virtual reality. The app aggregates unique VR content powered by European broadcasters, producers and independent talents. Content ranges from 360° video journalism, sports, TV shows, cinematic VR to fully immersive contemporary arts experiences. It's the Hulu for VR in Europe.

Leen Leen Segers
Co-founder and CEO, EEYOU, Belgium @leenus LinkedIn

11:15 - 11:45

Brain-, coffee- and networking-Break

11:45 - 12:45

Session 2: Engaging Readers Through Mobile Chat Apps

Using mobile chat apps to engage with readers. In this session you'll hear from 3 different news brands - Metro Belgium, VOL.AT, HNA - on how they are using WhatsApp to engage with readers; to attract young readers. And how 24sata in Croatia is doing the same but on Viber.

Kristien Kristien Bruyninckx
Marketing Manager, Metro, Belgium LinkedIn

katharina Katharina Stuckler
Head of Marketing, Russmedia Digital, Austria LinkedIn@kstuckler

Jessica Jessica Berger
Online Editor and Head of Social Media, HNA, Verlag Dierichs, Germany LinkedIn@bergerlinchen

Engaging Readers Through Viber: 24sata

24sata Vanja Prahic
Community manager web 24sata, Styria Media, Croatia LinkedIn@vprahic

From WhatsApp to Own Mobile App

The goal was to develop a mobile-only experience for millennial and younger audiences. Chat and messaging apps are the most popular category of apps in these age groups. Sanoma Media wanted to build on this. One of the objectives was to build an innovative revenue model based on coupons and events around community by building on positive results from a year-long experiment in delivering news over Whatsapp. Since that experiment, Sanomat Media have moved on from WhatsApp and created their own “chat app” that delivers news in a chat-like interface. — "Nyt Chat" won Gold at the Global Media Awards 2016 in the cateogry 'Best Use of Mobile'.

jussi Jussi Pullinen
News Editor, Helsingin Sanomat, Finland LinkedIn@jussipullinen

12:45 - 14:00


14:00 - 14:30

Tour of Google's Office

The Google office in Zurich is the largest Google office outside Mountain View; with 1000 engineers, called Zooglers (get it?😉). Get a quick view of this magnificent office buikding and get inspired.

14:30 - 15:30

Session 3

Startup Button: User-First Mobile Monetization

Button helps publisher apps and sites monetize by putting the user first. Button connects your app to leading commerce brands, earns you money and generates use loyalty. Smartphones are making it extremely simple to request and purchase almost any commodity, on demand, with just a few taps. Our technology makes it possible to surface these relevant actions in context in almost any app and to make a commission, at the tap of a Button.

Laura Laura Kreinbihl
Director of Publisher Development, Button, USA LinkedIn @button

Startup iTeleradio: Professional Tool For Creating Internet-Radio And TV

iTeleradio is the easiest way to create internet radio and TV channel for your website. It’s a cloud service for the implementation of Internet radio and Internet television to create professional media channels.

vladimir Vladimir Savelyev
Project manager, iTeleradio, Russia@vladimirsav

Startup KnowledgeFlow: Maximizing the impact of your organizational knowledge with a suite of smart online and mobile tools

KnowledgeFlow originated from a platfom built for Belgian retailer Aveve. They wanted a solution to share knowledge amongst their sales people that worked on desktop as well as mobile. KnowledgeFlow built a platform in which it is very easy to do this, both filling in the content and consuming it. Learn how your newsroom can benefit from this platform.

Leen Bruno Koninckx
Co-founder, KnowledgeFlow, Belgium LinkedIn @brunoKon

A Holistic View of Mobile Websites and Search

Since joining Google in 2007, John has worked closely with many teams around Google's Web-Search, such as with Search Console / Webmaster Tools, Webmaster Central, Sitemaps, and Search Quality.

John John Mueller
Webmaster Trends Analyst, Google Switzerland LinkedIn @brunoKon


Wrap-up by Moderator


Well-deserved post-Ideas Day Drinks 😋


Conference Venue

Google Zurich

Google Zürich
Brandschenkestrasse 100, 8002 Zürich

Google's largest engineering office outside California; where Google engineers in Zürich (called Zooglers, get it?) have worked on Maps, Search, Gmail, Calendar and YouTube, as well as on core infrastructure. More information here.

If you want to stay the night, consider the beautiful boutique hotel next door to the Google offices. Alternative hotels, see here.


INMA's Ideas Day on Mobile Innovations will attract media talent from news media companies engaged with telling stories and monetising mobile.

See Who will Be There

As of right now



  • Simon Bischof, Head of Sales, Russmedia Digital GmbH
  • Vanessa Pasolli, Assistant Manager, Russmedia Digital GmbH
  • Michael Sabath, Chief Editor, Kleine Zeitung GmbH & Co KG
  • Marc Springer, Editor in Chief, Russmedia Digital GmbH
  • Katharina Stuckler, Marketing Director, Russmedia Digital GmbH


  • Kristien Bruyninckx
  • Saskia Cuperus
  • Philippe Dautrebande, Head
  • Bruno Koninckx, Co-Founder, KnowledgeFlow
  • Kurt Minnen, Digital Lead, Mediafin
  • Leen Segers, Co-founder & CEO, EEYOU


  • Ivana Pavelic, Senior Project Manager, 24sata
  • Vanja Prahic, Head of Digital Subscription, 24sata





  • Andrea Tobias, Strategic Director of Distribution, Central Médiacsoport Zrt.




  • Vladimir Savelyev, Project Manager, ITeleradio


  • Miina Lange, Producer, Alma Media Suomi Oy


  • Laurence Foucault, Google Search Strategic Partnerships Development Manager, Google
  • Herve Muyal, Co-Founder & VP Business Development, BIGVU
  • Bartlomiej Pucek, Head of Mobile and Digital Grupa Onet - RAS Polska, Ringier Axel Springer Media AG
  • Florian Scholl

United Kingdom

  • Ian Brogden, On Line Editor, CN Group Ltd
  • Stuart Cooke


When is it?

Friday, 4 November

What is the attire?

Business casual: lose the tie, jeans acceptable, sneakers encouraged



How to get to venue

From Zürich Airport to Google
At Zurich Airport, follow signs for “Zürich Flughafen, Bahnhof.” Take the S2 towards "Ziegelbrücke" and get off at "Zürich Enge" (4 stops). From there, walk (about 7 minutes, 600 meters) to Google. Instruction here. Map here.

Alternatively, you can take a regular taxi or Uber. The address of the Google venue is Brandschenkestrasse 100, 8002 Zürich.

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Things to do

Supported by

Google Zurich


Flights to Zürich Airport

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Where to stay the night?

B2 Boutique Hotel Zurich
This beautiful boutique hotel is next door to the Google offices. See map here. Rooms available for INMA Ideas Day participants at CHF325/night (single use), includes breakfast, wifi and tax. Beware rooms are very limited at the B2 Boutique Hotel Zurich. To book a room here, contact the hotel directly

Alternative hotels in walking distance from Google offices (approximately 10 minutes on foot) are Engimatt, Hotel Ascot or Four Points by Sheraton

Cancellation policy

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.


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Tom Corbett
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