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Revenue Europe

Taking place on October 1 at Factory Berlin, the Revenue Europe conference is a unique opportunity for media executives to learn from those at the forefront of data, RevTech and innovation. Build strong industry relationships and learn practical strategies to drive sustainable revenue growth.

Revenue North America

Join us in Austin, USA on October 9 for the Revenue North America Conference!  Following quickly after our Europe conference, Revenue North America is a great opportunity for media leaders to discover the latest strategies to unlock revenue growth.  We’ll be offering a strong line up of global, influential media leaders in a packed agenda, alongside unique networking opportunities.  Further details will be announced soon however guarantee your place by booking today!

Revenue LATAM

Coming in Fall 2024! Join us for our Latin America Revenue conference later in the year, where you’ll get the chance to interact with the best minds in the media industry. While we work on confirming a stellar lineup, why not go ahead and register your interest for the event?

Headline Sponsors

Revenue conferences are brought to you in partnership with our lead sponsors Lineup Systems, Chartbeat and Tubular Labs.

About Our Events

Our conferences have been carefully designed to provide media leaders with an immersive experience that promotes peer-to-peer conversations and collaboration. In addition to limitless networking opportunities, delegates will hear from an impressive cast of industry pioneers and innovators who share their insights and secrets for driving revenue.

Revenue Europe Schedule

Featuring a host of influential speakers and innovators, our Berlin event explores topical issues such as AI innovation, groundbreaking media strategies, reader revenue, big data, the future of advertising and much more. The agenda below is subject to change but provides an outline of the key topics we'll be discussing.

Time Description Speaker(s)
08.00-09:00 Registration, coffee & networking
09:00-09:05 Welcome - MX3 and partners welcome you to Berlin
09:05-09:50 Future pull: Your world in the next ten years
As AI moves at breakneck speed, Brady explores what the world will look like over the next decade and how audiences will engage with content, entertainment and advertising in the future.
Brady Brim DeForest, CEO, Formula Monks
09:50-10:15 Business models at the intersection of technology and media
While much reportage of The New York Times' revenue model focuses on its subscription strategy, advertising and other revenue streams continue to strongly contribute to its bottom line. In this session, we look at how publishers can develop innovative business models at the crossroads of media, data and AI.
Tom Armstrong, VP of Global Ads, The New York Times
10:15-10:40 Beyond Tradition: How progressive publishers craft diversified, balanced revenue models
In an era where reliance on one or two revenue streams spell doom, Joanna presents a compelling narrative on the critical need for publishers to innovate beyond traditional revenue models. This session will unravel the complexities of developing diversified, balanced revenue models essential for sustainable growth. Through the lens of cutting-edge research and enlightening case studies, discover how modern publishers are breaking the mould by integrating surprising new revenue streams. Learn why a multifaceted monetisation approach is critical, and how your peers go about developing theirs.
Joanna Levesque, Managing Director, FT Strategies
10:40-11:10 Coffee and networking
11:10-11:30 Insights from Canada and the US: Transparency, trust and how premium content drives advertising ROI
Unlike platforms, publishers have more control over ensuring advertising transparency, trust and brand safety. In this session, we look at how premium quality content helps drive advertising ROI and build effective and sustainable ad models.
Jacqueline Loch, EVP Strategy and Revenue, AZURE Media, Canada
11:30-11:50 Insights from Scandinavia: The future of advertising at the intersection of AI, data and marketing
In this fireside chat, we will examine technological innovations that are redefining advertising engagement strategies and how publishers drive ad efficiencies, revenues, and margins.
Hosted by Steffen Damborg, Digital Transformation Consultant and Media Author, Denmark.
11:55-12:15 The business of journalism
More details to be announced.
Styli Charalambous, CEO, Daily Maverick, South Africa
12:15-12:35 Collaborative Innovation: Pooling resources to compete with tech giants
Discover how open-sourcing subscription software enables dozens of publishers in Austria, Germany, Slovakia and more to unite against tech giants with diverse applications from VOD to AI-driven subscription strategies and other collaborative software development.
Tomas Bella, Chief Digital Officer, Denník N, Slovakia
12:35-13:00 The Axel Springer Way: AI, media and diversified revenue models
In this session, we explore innovative monetisation strategies that leverage AI, other advanced technology, and data-driven marketing.
Carolin Hulshoff Pol, CEO, Die WELT, Axel Springer, Germany
13:00-14:00 Lunch and networking
14:00-14:20 Case study: First-party data strategies - maximizing audience engagement and revenues
We discuss strategies for leveraging premium content to gather first-party data, fostering deep audience relationships, and using insights to boost engagement and revenue growth.
David Murphy, Head of Digital Media Solutions, The Irish Times
14:20-14:40 Tracking Trends: Preparing for the biggest events of 2024
In this session, we take a step back as the global stage gets set for sports and politics with roughly half the world’s population voting in elections and athletes from nearly 200 countries competing in Paris for the Olympic games. Just how does the best in the business cover events of this magnitude? In this presentation, we'll draw on data from Chartbeat’s global network of publishers to share trends and strategies for effectively covering worldwide events and engaging diverse audiences.
Emma Bowser, Account Manager, Chartbeat, UK
14:45-15:05 The changing nature of subscription strategies: What now?
In 2023, Reuters highlighted a “winner takes most” market dynamic in subscriptions, with publishers vying not only among themselves but with many other media and sectors for limited subscription dollars. We explore the shift in subscription strategies from acquisition to increasing Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) and ask what’s next.
Madeleine White, Editor-in-Chief of The Audiencers and Head of International at Poool, France
15:05-15:45 Audience First: Building the direct-to-consumer revenue model
We delve into the monetisation mechanics of publishers, exploring how successful businesses thrive through building diversified revenue models with multiple revenues ranging from advertising to subscriptions, events, and more.
Abi Spooner, Strategy Partner, Atlas
Bård Skaar Viken, Project Director, Schibsted Media
Tomas Bella, Chief Digital Officer, Denník N, Slovakia
Hosted by Amanda Wigginton, Customer Strategy, Data and Insight Specialist & Independent Consultant, AWC Ltd., UK
15:45-16:10 Coffee break
16:10-16:30 Unlocking social video’s revenue potential
Tubular Labs, the leader in global social video intelligence and measurement, provides a unified view of the passions and behaviours of audiences across social platforms. In this presentation, we will cover strategies for media publishers to unite global audiences, monetise channels, and secure partnerships.
Laurel Dunne, Senior Account Director, Tubular Labs, UK
16:30-16:50 Session Coming Soon!
Speaker Announced Soon!
16:55-17:20 Maximising Revenue Growth: Ten essential pricing hacks for immediate implementation
Pricing is the most significant lever for profit within any company. It's possible to unlock its full potential with surprising simplicity but fail to do so. In this enlightening session, Sebastian will share ten straightforward yet powerful pricing strategies that any media company can implement immediately upon returning from our Revenue Europe conference. Discover how to harness the untapped opportunities within your pricing model to drive substantial revenue growth. This presentation promises practical insights and actionable advice that can make a marked difference to your company's financial performance.
Sebastian Voigt, Partner, hy – the Axel Springer Consulting Group, Germany
17:20-18:00 What’s next for RevTech and Media?
We look at the key trends that will drive the evolution and creation of new revenue technologies, including AdTech, Subscription platforms, and MarTech.
Brady Brim-DeForest, CEO, Formula.Monks, Co-founder of Media.Monks, and Author, Smaller is Better: Using Small Teams to Drive the Future of Enterprise, USA
Rolf Rohwer, MD, Lineup Systems, Andorra
More participants will be announced soon
Hosted by Amanda Wigginton, Customer Strategy, Data and Insight Specialist & Independent Consultant, AWC Ltd., UK
18:00-22:00 Networking and informal dinner

Revenue Europe

Our next conference is taking place on October 1 2024 in Berlin. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to grow revenue and connect with some of the most renowned figures in the media industry.

Revenue North America

Our North America conference is taking place on October 9, 2024 in Austin. Following on from our first event in Europe, the North America event brings this exclusive opportunity to media organisers across the Atlantic!

Ticket Packages

Tickets for both our Europe and North America Revenue conferences are on sale now! The first event will take place on October 1, 2024 in Berlin, Germany followed by our second event on October 9, 2024 in Austin, USA.

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