Let’s meet in person again at the world’s largest event focused on digital news subscription growth: two-day leaders’ summit (March 9-10, 2023) + full day of practical workshops (March 8) + optional two-day VIP study tour (March 6-7)
Winning and keeping subscribers is both art and science. Here is how we curate this summit to deliver unbeatable value for your time and money:
The biggest benefit of this summit though is networking, and we can’t wait to meet you again in person. Let’s chat during extended breaks. Let’s have lunch together. Let’s do Q&As. Let’s debate during workshops. Let’s mingle at cocktails. You know what? Let’s sneak out and talk in private …
Here’s the magic of the INMA Readers First community meeting together for the first time since the New York summit in 2020. See you in Stockholm!
INMA Media Subscriptions Summit is the news media industry's largest annual conference focused on subscription growth. In March 2023 in Stockholm, Sweden, we will meet for the sixth time.
The summit has three parts: a two-day leaders’ conference, one full day of practical workshops and an optional executive study tour.
We expect 300+ media professionals. Most of our participants are marketing, product, data and editorial executives, managers and senior specialists working in the reader revenue space.
We invite 40+ speakers on our stages – from the media industry pioneers to leaders and innovators, from academic researchers to consumer marketing experts and thought leaders.
With headquarters of Bonnier, Schibsted, Skype and Spotify, Stockholm is one of the world’s media and tech capitals.
Sweden is the land of innovators – even if you don’t read Aftonbladet or Dagens Nyheter, listen to Spotify or call via Skype, you may have bought clothes and paid later with Klarna, your kids played Minecraft, you kept your books on the Billy shelf from IKEA and you drove Volvo.
But Sweden is also famous for ABBA, meatballs and high-percentage alcohol. And Stockholm is one of Europe’s loveliest cities, with its beautiful islands, harbor front and historic old town. There are more than 3,000 restaurants and bars in the city, and we hope you’ll enjoy your time here.