On 21st October 2021, TikTok will be attending the Influencer Marketing Show London event as official sponsors, alongside the likes of Whalar, Tagger, and LTK, and exhibitors including Takumi, OnlyFans, and MG Empower.

TikTok has been prevalent in the news over the past year in particular, especially on Talking Influence, with its popularity booming during the testing time of the pandemic. Not only has TikTok been there to provide entertainment to its multi-millions of users, but the platform and the tools it offers means that influencer marketing on the app is near unrivaled.

TikTok has officially overtaken Facebook as the world’s most downloaded app and is constantly launching new tools and initiatives for brands and creators, including the roll-out of the Creator Marketplace API, the introduction of in-person TikTok content creation venues, hosting global business and entertainment events, and so much more.

Network on the TikTok Terrace

There will be opportunities to hear from TikTok throughout the day as they join the expertly curated list of speakers that will shape the agenda of the show. Speakers from TikTok will provide attendees with a deeper insight into the ever-growing creator community.

The full agenda will be launching very soon, so ensure that you sign up to be the first to view the full lineup of sessions and speakers, including more details on TikTok’s much-anticipated session.

You can head to the buzzing terrace at Old Billingsgate to enjoy a glass of fizz, or a snack to recharge, as you network with fellow attendees in TikTok’s official meeting area. You may even be in with the opportunity to chat TikTok tips and tricks with some of the expert team.

Flora Reynolds, Creator Solutions, Europe, TikTok says: “TikTok creators are the biggest movers and shakers shaping culture and community. With authenticity at its core, our platform is fuelled by creators who are building highly engaged communities and subcultures around them, covering everything from food and comedy to beauty and books.

“This has led to a shift in the rules of engagement for brands, with relationships much less transactional and more collaborative than before. Partnering with the Influencer Marketing Show to showcase the evolving creator economy is something we couldn’t turn down, and I can’t wait to be back in a room with my colleagues to discuss the future of our industry together.”

The excitement for #IMSLDN21 is mounting, so you’ll want to snap your tickets up right away. Purchasing your tickets now means that you will save £100 off of the final price. The countdown to the show has begun!

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