2019-04-6 16:00:00 2019-04-6 17:00:00 Europe/Rome The mantra of 'move fast and break things' defined the last wave of innovation in media. Fuelled by venture capital and a Silicon Valley ethos, many digital news companies were built for a speed and scale they could not sustain. Now, a growing movement of entrepreneurs are taking a more deliberate approach to building the news companies of the future. Their focus is quality, trust, community and human-centred design. And they’re turning to sources of funding that put sustainability above growth. Join Mark Little, Jennifer Brandel and Erika Owens for a discussion of the opportunities and the challenges of moving slow and building things. Palazzo Sorbello - Perugia

The mantra of 'move fast and break things' defined the last wave of innovation in media. Fuelled by venture capital and a Silicon Valley ethos, many digital news companies were built for a speed and scale they could not sustain. Now, a growing movement of entrepreneurs are taking a more deliberate approach to building the news companies of the future. Their focus is quality, trust, community and human-centred design. And they’re turning to sources of funding that put sustainability above growth. Join Mark Little, Jennifer Brandel and Erika Owens for a discussion of the opportunities and the challenges of moving slow and building things.