The NEM Summit is an international conference and exhibition, open to co-located events and organised every year since 2008 by the NEM Initiative (New European Media – European Technology Platform – www.nem-initiative.org) for all those interested in broad area of Media and Content. Over the years, the NEM Summit has grown to become an annual not-to-be-missed event, providing attendees with a key opportunity to meet and network with prominent stakeholders, access up-to-date information, discover latest technology and market trends, identify research and business opportunities, and find partners for upcoming EU-funded calls for projects.
The 11th edition of the NEM Summit conference and exhibition was held from 22-23 May 2018 in the Craotion capital Zagreb at the exciting venue of The Mirmara Museum, Rooseveltov trg 5, 10000 Zagreb.
TOP EU EXPERTS AND SCIENTISTS DISCUSSED THE IMPACT OF INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES ON THE FUTURE OF MEDIA
What kind of media are expecting us in the near future and what’s the way that the whole set of upcoming interactive technologies will change the media landscape we know today, participants of this important meeting have heard directly from the leading EU experts.
New European Media Summit 2019 featured in Zagreb even forty lectures and presentations, five key speakers, several introductory presentations and eight roundtables by prominent European experts and scientists.
At the end of May Zagreb hosted the 11th edition of the central NEM Initiative annual congress and exhibition. After a series of European cities such as Frankfurt, Porto or Madrid, the honor of organizing a prestigious European gathering 2019 had the capital of Croatia. The two-day meeting was held under the high patronage of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar–Kitarović and under the auspices of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Croatia. Partners were the French telecom operator Orange, the distinguished French Institute for Computational Science INRIA, Croatian technological giant Infobip, and the City of Zagreb.