What is GRID?

Leave your suit at home, bring your heart and mind – GRID is an experience unlike any other. 

GRID is a two-day summit of storytelling, idea sharing and networking with brilliant minds, designed to transform your perspective. Bonnier invites amazing international speakers and hosts over 250 passionate people from Bonnier companies around the globe. The goal is to encourage the spread of knowledge, inspire creativity and share experiences.

To learn more about GRID, go to bonniergrid.com.

  • GRID16.
    Speakers for GRID16.

    From digital-first media gurus to a the world’s first natural birth control app: Go to bonniergrid.com to watch the talks.

  • Storytelling.
    Liz McDonnell.

    Watch as Liz McDonnell of the New York Times reveals the No. 1 rule of improv...

  • Ideas.

    GRID is a place for sharing smart ideas and getting inspired.

  • Networking.
    GRID 15.

    Broadening networks with a chance to meet colleagues from around the world.

  • Panels.

    Panel discussions featured some of the best and brightest minds from Bonnier.

  • Face-to-Face.

    Connecting with new friends in one-on-one "dates."

Be Inspired.

Meet three extraordinary GRID speakers.

Chad Mumm

Chad Mumm. The Future of Media.

GRID15. Creative Director at Vox Media and founder of Vox Entertainment, Chad Mumm gives his insights into how Vox, with its popular eight media brands, marries art with science using "radical collaboration" to give users the best digital experience possible. 

GRID Moments

GRID Moments. Highlights from GRID15.

GRID15. From the heart-wrenching to the sublime, the latest in media developments and a bit of Broadway glamor, GRID15 had something for everyone. Two days of thought-provoking talks and networking, get a taste of Bonnier's annual internal inspiration summit.

Dame Evelyn Glennie

Dame Evelyn Glennie. Silent Thunder.

GRID15. Dame Evelyn Glennie, world-leading percussionist and 2015 winner of the Polar Music Prize, has a mission to teach the world to listen. Deaf since the age of 12, here she widens our understanding of what music is and shows us that listening has only partly to do with our ears.

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