Digital Future Forum
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bringing together the most innovative and disruptive players
in media discuss to the state of global digital affairs
The Digital Future Forum (DFF) is a group of thought-leaders engaged in improving the digital future of media. We bring together influencers from startups, enterprises, governments, and the press to talk about current and pertinent issues facing digital communications.
The DFF invites thought-leaders to intimate, salon-style events built around a conversation. Digital communication presents boundless opportunities as it revolutionizes how governments, NGOs, journalists, and citizens communicate and interact. The DFF invites leaders to explore, challenge, and defend how stories are investigated, told, consumed, and shared through the digital lens. Upcoming initiatives include practical training on emerging media platforms, discussions about best practices, and exploration of new ideas. Previous round tables have focused on journalism and diplomacy.
The DFF is proud to have hosted over 45 speakers at our events. These influencers have graciously extended their experience and have debated the issues with our delegates. Ranging from former ambassadors to the founders of startups, and DFF speakers represent organizations including the Wall Street Journal, the Department of State, Livestream, Youtube, Reddit, hacker collectives, investors, and many many many more.
Each round table can accommodate between 60-100 delegates who are professionally interested and personally engaged with the topic. At the round table, delegates are from the public and private sector, non-profits, and the press. Invitations to round tables are sent through the DFF network. Please sign up on our email list for updated information.
Expect to be treated well at our round tables! The DFF believes that food is an important part of building relationships, so we try to bring the best food to our delegates and are careful to cater to specific dietary restrictions or needs.
The DFF has hosted delegates and speakers from around the world, and we continue to work together closely. Participants are encouraged to share knowledge, experience, and networks with other delegates!
In 2014, the founders of the Digital Future Forum decided to organize and add structure to what they already strived to do in their personal lives: bring together smart people to have a real discussion about the important issues, believing that conversation and deeper understanding will lead to a improved state of digital affairs.