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Communication Platform For Russian Media Market

GIPP and IFRA once again offer a communication platform for the Russian media market

Darmstadt, 19 February 2008 – For the second time, IFRA, the worldwide research and service organisation for the news publishing industry, is organising the IFRA Forum ( together with the Russian newspaper publishers’ association, GIPP (Guild of Press Publishers). This leading networking event for the Russian newspaper and magazine publishing industry will be held in conjunction with Publishing Expo 2008 from 23 to 25 June at the World Trade Center in Moscow.

The Russian newspaper and magazine market is one of the fastest-growing markets worldwide. As such, it offers interesting possibilities to both manufacturers and publishing houses that are willing to invest. With the IFRA Forum, IFRA provides this booming media market with a platform to present know-how, case studies of successful publishing operations, innovative technologies as well as new trends and business models.

The IFRA Forum is an exhibition and conference “within an exhibition”, namely Publishing Expo 2008 ( It is intended especially for newspaper and magazine publishing houses, printing companies and media distributors, agencies and organisations in the newspaper industry as well as their suppliers. Conference languages are Russian and English.


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