Magazine Innovation Center’s ACT Experience: Planning for the future at a minimal cost

August 30, 2010

Are you thinking of launching a new magazine? Are you interested in learning what is going on in the largest South American marketplace? How about successful magazines in The Netherlands? Is there a future for digital or is it the future? Can the advertising driven magazine publishing model survive? What role will design, marketing, branding, distribution play in the future of magazines?

These questions and many other will be answered at the “Re-imagining our future while we still have time” the first Magazine Innovation Center’s ACT Experience taking place in Oxford, Mississippi on Oct. 20, 21 and 22 this year. The experience, which will be conducted by some very high-powered media folks, will be intimate in nature and limited to no more than 100 participants.

Discussions at the ACT Experience will include, but not limited to, our print magazine future, the digital world, marketing and distribution, launching new products, advertising and promotions and a road map for our future.

In addition to the learning aspect of the Experience, the three days will include a trip to the Mississippi Delta, birthplace of the Blues music and a visit to William Faulkner’s House, the Nobel Prize winning author.

Billed as three days of Magazines, Music and Mississippi, the Experience promises to be unlike any other meeting or convention you’ve ever attended. Guaranteed! Click here to register “while we still have time!”

Questions about the ACT Experience, feel free to drop me an e mail at samir.husni@gmail.com and I will be more than glad to answer all of your questions. Looking forward to seeing you in October. It will be an experience of a lifetime.


One comment

  1. I’ve heard several of the speakers listed at other events and I know that they are worth the trip and cost of the conference just to get the chance to pick their brains. I think it is great that there are still groups that are supporting digital while not forgetting about the huge role print still plays in our current media environment.

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