Magenta Law Firm
Sylvain Justier is the co-founding partner of Magenta, a boutique law firm dedicated to competition, regulatory and public law.
Before Magenta, he started his career in 2001 at the Paris’ office of CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre, in the Europe, Competition and Economic Regulations Team. He was appointed Manager in 2006. In 2007, he joined the Antitrust and Regulatory Practice of White & Case LLP in Paris.
Sylvain advises local and international companies and handles high-stake antitrust cases before competition authorities and national courts, including some of the most complex cartel and abuse of dominance cases, as well as private enforcement claims totaling several hundreds of million euros. With extensive expertise and practical experience, he attends and assists clients during dawn raids and provides support through the inspection. He is also a recognized practitioner in merger control proceedings.
Sylvain’s practice also focuses on regulated sectors, in particular, telecoms, energy, and railway transportation. He is currently in charge of several claims before sectoral regulatory bodies such as the ARCEP (French Telecom Regulator) and ART (French Railway Regulator).
Sylvain is listed as a competition law top practitioner in Legal500 and Who’s Who Legal and one of the few lawyers recognized for their expertise in telecommunications in Chambers Europe.
Vercken and Gaullier Law Firm
Florence Gaullier, partner at Vercken & Gaullier Law Firm, is specialised in copyright in all traditional sectors (press and book publishing, radio, TV, Music, etc.) but also in the digital sector and in IT law (e-commerce, data protection, etc.) at French and European level. She has a very specific knowledge in the collective management of rights and in the media monitoring sector. She is also in particular in charge of data protection compliance audits and assists clients during audits of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL). She advises and assists several clients in their lobbying actions in France and in the EU, especially AMEC and FIBEP, in all these fields. Her Firm is ranked in the most recognised international law firms rankings for more than fifteen years (Legal 500, Chambers and Partners, Managing IP, Media Law International, etc.).
Global Copyright Director, Kantar Europe
Deputy Chief Executive, ICCO
Rob Morbin has been running the International Communications Consultancy Organisation (ICCO) since 2018. With an HQ in London, ICCO is the global association for PR agencies and represents over 3000 firms in 70 countries worldwide. Prior to this Rob was Head of Engagement at the Chartered Institute of PR and has held various international roles in the automotive industry.
Secretary General, FIBEP
CEO, NEWTON Media SEE
Strategic health, mental health and wellbeing consultant
Amy McKeown is a highly experienced and strategic health, mental health and wellbeing consultant with unique experience coaching organisations of all sizes, from government to fashion. She specialises in evidence-based, measurable and sustainable strategies which are innovative, fresh and realistic.
Amy, who has been working within health, mental health and wellbeing for almost 20 years, combines a clinical background - specialising in psychology – with expertise in mental health, occupational health, health analytics, and health insurance. Amy wrote and implemented EY's UK Health and Mental Health Strategy for over 14,000 people and has also recently written Burberry's Global Wellbeing strategy.
Bamboo Mental Health
Tom Oxley runs www.bamboomentalhealth.co.uk. He has reviewed more than 35 employers and trained employees from organisations including ExxonMobil, Mondelez Plc and Cambridge University. He is a TEDx speaker and his work is based on research including 250 interviews with employees with lived experience of mental health.
Tom’s experience included eight years agency PR, issues and crisis management where he experienced stress, anxiety and depression with limited support. He believes that any employer can support any employee on mental health – and the answer is not expensive. In fact, it will add value to your business.
Communications and Marketing Executive, DataScouting
Managing Director of the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC)
Brendan Quinn is Managing Director of the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC), the global standards body of the news media. He makes sure that IPTC provides value to over 60 member companies from the New York Times, BBC and Bloomberg through to Reuters News, Associated Press, Visual China Group, Shutterstock and Adobe.
Global Strategy Manager, pressrelations
CEO, NEWTON Media SEE
Magdalena Horanska is a sales and marketing professional with almost 20 years experience in media monitoring and measurement industry. Currently, she is CEO of NEWTON Media SEE, a group of media intelligence companies across the Adriatic region and a part of NEWTON Media Group. She is also now acting as FIBEP Secretary General. In the past, Magdalena was responsible for managing NEWTON companies in Poland and Slovakia. Her experience also includes speech recognition of Slavic languages. She has a university degree in Business administration, marketing and management.
Stephan Ifkovits was born in Vienna, Austria, and completed several studies at Viennese Universities. He is currently a marketer, project manager and responsible for the press releases at the Viennese media intelligence agency »OBSERVER«.
He has a longstanding experience in media monitoring living in Berlin for several years and working for Germany´s media companies like Ausschnitt, Meta Communication and Argus Data Insights.
In the past years he was serving customers in Germany, Switzerland and Austria focusing on monitoring, editorial work, summarising and alerting in real time.
At the moment he is working for »OBSERVER« on different projects, one of the newest is the Market and Price Analysis for FMCG which he will present at the FIBEP Congress together with »OBSERVER« Analyst Klara Spiegel.
Klara Spiegel, born in 1994, lives in Austria. She studied economics in the alpine city Innsbruck before moving to the capital Vienna. Today Klara works for the media intelligence agency »OBSERVER« as data expert and analyst. Her professional focus lies in the field of media response analysis and the implementation and usage of social listening. In this project, Klara was able to gain experience with the build of a market-new data architecture, which she will be presenting during the presentation.
CEO , Ifat Media
Meny Avrahami, CEO in Ifat Group, in charge of Ifat Media Information, Ifat Media Analysis, Ifat Advertising Monitoring and Vigo.
He has been involved with media and advertising for over 20 years, and in the past was an advisor for politicians and political organizations.
During his work in Ifat Group, he has devised models of influence analysis in the worlds of PR, web and advertising, and contributed to the making of Ifat analyses an indispensable tool used by commercial organizations, politicians and associations.
CEO and Partner, Shop Analytics
Nati Yackobey is a data ventures entrepreneur, who likes to innovate within the triangle of research, technology and data.
Yackobey is also a business coach and consultant who graduated many years ago Film and Television at Tel Aviv university, untill he understood that he was fascinated with the world of data.
Yackobey is the former CEO of IFAT Advertising monitoring and IFAT Media Analysis and currently the CEO and partner at Shop Analytics Presenting eCommerce monitoring and analysis and combining with advertising and media analysis.
VP, FIBEP | CEO, Ifat
Founder & CEO, Constructive Institute
Executive director of News, Danish Broadcasting, DR from 2007-2017
Editor-in-chief at NORDJYSKE Media 2002-2007
Editor-in-chief at Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten 1994-2002
Investigative reporter, senior managing editor at Jyllands-Posten 1986-1994
Consultant in media strategy and change 2002.
Journalist from Danish School of Journalism 1986
John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University, USA, 1991-92.
Courses at INSEAD, IMD, Stanford Research Institute and Wharton University
Member of World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on the Future of Journalism
The Cavling Prize 1990
Author of “A Good Idea – Did You Get It?” (2005) and “Constructive News” (2014).
International public speaker on leadership, media, democracy, innovation and strategy.
Member of the board of “Folkeuniversitet”, Aarhus.
Member of the board of Bolius, RealDania.
Member of The Board of World’s Best News
Member of World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on the Future of Media 2009.
Former chairman of Center of Journalism at the University of Southern Denmark 2002-2008.
Knighthood, “Ridder af Dannebrog” 2012.
Born 1963 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Lives in Gl. Rye, Denmark