This year’s flagship event will take place in a hybrid format for the first time ever, with all sessions taking place at London’s Old Billingsgate on 21st October in front of a live audience. For those who aren’t able to attend in person, the sessions will also be live-streamed on the event app – which will launch to attendees very soon. Questions for speakers will be taken from both in-person and online audiences, meaning nobody will miss out on the action.

The agenda for #IMSLDN21 has been expertly curated, taking into consideration the major influencer marketing trends we have seen over the past year, as well as a look into the future of the ever-growing influencer marketing industry. Here’s a sample of just a few of the incredible sessions you can attend:

Influencer Marketing Driven Social Commerce: The New Frontier

Oliver Lewis, Group MD & Founder, THE FIFTH

Emily Trenouth, Head of Influencer Marketing, MediaCom

Calum Watson, Global Partnerships Director, Gymshark

Becky Owen, Head of Branded Content – Creative Shop, Facebook

This panel met in April at the Influencer Marketing Show Global to discuss the introduction of Shopping Integration to traditional social channels, they commented on how this shift has revolutionised the metrics by which campaigns are measured.

Social commerce has progressed a lot since then! This panel will discuss how this year has unfolded within this space, reflecting on the successes, the failures, the moves that no one saw coming, and they explore what’s next for Social Commerce.

In Humans We Trust

Emma Harman, President EMEA, Whalar

We turn to influencers for their human connection, their trustworthiness, and their credibility. In this session, you’ll hear the latest insights from Whalar which demonstrate how strategically aligning influencers with your brand over a long-term period drives business results.

To view the full agenda, head to the Influencer Marketing Show website to explore the full breakdown of sessions and speakers.

The Forum: Ask the Experts

Rahul Titus, Head of Influence, UK & EMEA, Ogilvy

Lauren Spearman, Head of Consumer Comms & Social,

Anna Anderson, Director, Social Talent, Condé Nast

This is the opportunity to put your issues forward to our panel of experts!

What barriers are you facing with your CMO? Is there a certain area that you need advice on how to level up? What problem do you not know how to overcome?

Using our event app, which will launch to attendees very soon, you can submit questions and get them answered in real-time, don’t worry… you can be anonymous!

Tickets for the show are still available for both in-person and online attendees and are currently at a £100 reduction from the final ticket price. Be sure to snap yours up quickly.

If you have any questions or queries regarding the event, please reach out to Senior Conference Producer, Kate McGregor with questions regarding content, Events Director, Jo Brakes can help you with all things logistics, and any queries regarding sales and sponsors can be directed to Sales Manager, Ollie Russell.

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