CEPIC Congress is the largest event for commercial still and moving images in the world. In 2018 the CEPIC Congress will take place from 30 May to 1 June at the Maritim proArte hotel in Berlin. Over three days, up to 500 delegates from 250 companies and 32 countries turn to the congress venue in the most important networking and information hub for visual content providers.
The CEPIC Congress as a Hub
Congress delegates will be meeting in the
Table Networking Area, so make sure to rent a Business Room, relax and meet friends at the Welcome Reception and Annual Industry Party.
Alongside networking, a
three-day conference programme covers up-to-date industry issues. On Wednesday 30 May, for the first time, an exclusive Innovation Day will showcase innovative businesses in the visual sector. This event will be open to photographers. On Thursday 31 May, for the 11th time in 2018, the CEPIC Congress will host the IPTC Metadata Conference. The IPTC Conference and the Innovation Day are part of the full Congress Pass or may be booked separately as one-day Events. On Friday 1 June, the day will be devoted to Cultural Heritage: Does the Past Have a Future?
Photographers around the world submitted their images for the 4th edition of the
Stock Photography Awards. Winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony on Thursday 31 May during the Annual Industry Party.
The CEPIC Congress wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of its
Sponsors. Sponsors may organize their own workshop or sponsor one of the items provided on this list.
Speaker of the Day: Dr Christian Stein
Dr Christian Stein, HU Berlin and co-founder of gamelab.berlin, will be speaking at the Roundtable Cultural Heritage: Awesome Opportunities with Technologies which is part of the CEPIC Congress. The seminar will held at the Martim proArte Hotel in Berlin on 1st June 2018.
Speaker of the Day: Frederik Truyen
Frederik Truyen, KU Leuven and Photo Consortium, will be speaking at the panel discussion Unlocking Archives with Innovation, Funding and Partnership which is part of the CEPIC Congress. The panel will held at the Martim proArte Hotel in Berlin on 1 June 2018.
dpa video and picture alliance to shoot the CEPIC Congress 2018
dpa video service and picture alliance will cover the most important moments of the CEPIC Congress 2018.
Speaker of the Day: Gary Illyes
Gary Illyes, Google, will be speaking at the Google Workshop: Understanding Google Image Search and How to Optimize For It which is part of the CEPIC Congress. The seminar will held at the Martim proArte Hotel in Berlin on 31 May 2018 from 15:00 to 16:15.
Google Workshop: Understanding Google Image Search and How to Optimize For It
On Thursday, 31 May, Google will present the latest developments on Google Images and how tools can be best used to search, find and make searchable images online.
Speaker of the Day: Daniel Sproll
Daniel Sproll, realities.io, will be speaking at the Roundtable Cultural Heritage: Awesome Opportunities with Technologies which is part of the CEPIC Congress. The seminar will held at the Martim proArte Hotel in Berlin on 1st June 2018.
Exhibitor of the Day: Smartframe
SmartFrame is a secure, embeddable, trackable and interactive online image format, that grants you unprecedented control over your content, brand protection, a fantastic user experience, increased traffic and business growth.
Easypix to host penalty shootouts this CEPIC
Easypix, a Brazilian based image agency, will be bringing a little bit of the football spirit with them to Berlin. They have organized and sponsored a mini championship for delegates to get their competitive juices flowing during the CEPIC Congress.
Exhibition “Memory of the Berlin Wall” to take place during 2018 CEPIC Congress
During the 2018 CEPIC congress the exhibition "Memory of the Berlin Wall" will be taking place in the Martime Hotel. This is the perfect opportunity for all delegates to have in-depth look into the history of Berlin, and the chaotic story of a once divided city.
Exhibition by Andreas Trogisch “Runaway” to preview at CEPIC Welcome Reception
The exhibition "Runway" by the Berlin photographer Andreas Trogisch builds on the series "Asphalt" and "Technik" from his Desiderata series. On "asphalt," apparently for motivic reasons, but in a different, "objective" view, without a subject-commenting change through light and shadow, moisture, perspective.