Now that the #IMSLDN21 agenda has been released, it’s time to get excited about the insightful sessions and learn more about some of the show’s sponsors.

Welcoming OnlyFans as sponsors

OnlyFans has been prevalent in the media since its inception in 2016. More recently, OnlyFans has built a reputation as a site that is slightly ‘risque’, as many creators on the platform use the paid subscription feature to publish uncensored adult content.

However, the site offers many more opportunities than just selling adult content. And this is why the Influencer Marketing Show is welcoming OnlyFans to exhibit at Old Billingsgate on 21st October. There are still sponsorship opportunities available at the show, so if you’re interested in joining OnlyFans on the lineup, please contact IMS Sales Manager, Ollie Russell.

Exciting sessions from specialist sponsors

Sponsoring the Pyramid Stage this year is LTK, the shopping discovery app, . Not only is LTK sponsoring the stage, but Johan Kristensson, Head of Creator Success in Europe for LTK, will be joining the ‘Social Commerce vs Creator Shops: How Brands Can Maximise Their Cross-Channel Influencer Strategy’ panel as a speaker.

Expect to hear discussions on how brands will leverage social storefronts and creator shops, and how creators can use their shops to boost sales and combat declines in social media engagement.

Also sponsoring, exhibiting, and speaking at #IMSLDN21 is global influencer marketing agency, Digital Voices. Sammy Albon and Rachel Porter, Creative Strategists at Digital Voices, will be taking to the Pyramid Stage to speak on the topic ‘The Secret Life of Influencers: What They Wish Brands Knew’.

With Rachel’s years of experience managing top creators and Sammy’s former career as a creator spanning the best part of a decade, the duo will be able to provide their expert views into what makes creators tick. This session is one you certainly don’t want to miss!

If you haven’t already purchased your tickets for the show, be sure to do so now before the final price increase. Purchasing your tickets now allows you to save £100 off of the final ticket price.

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