Once again, the Influencer Marketing Show will return to London’s Old Billingsgate for one jam-packed day of unparalleled learning, networking, and growth opportunities on 26th October 2023.
With tickets in high demand, pre-registering by 30th April means that you will receive an exclusive 20% discount code to be used within 14 days when tickets go on sale.
Always with an expertly curated agenda at the event’s forefront, the return of IMS Europe comes at a crucial time for retailers who are looking to leverage the power of social media and influencer marketing to drive successful outcomes. With so many changes happening in the creator economy, it's essential to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and insights to remain competitive in a sea of opportunity.
What’s new in 2023?
Brands, agencies, creators, and tech experts can look forward to coming together under one roof to share insights and experiences to reimagine the future of the creator economy. New this year, we are excited to announce the unveiling of The Vault, a brand-new meeting hotspot located below the banks of the Thames.
The Vault provides an additional 20,000 square feet of event space, featuring the Partnership Lounge and Tech Demo Lounges, unlocking an expansive meeting space that can accommodate over 200 delegates.
Having introduced a third stage and content track at last year’s event, the Vault will also be home to stage number three this year, hosting sessions from industry experts spanning the influencer marketing realm.
Matthew Wood, Founder of the Influencer Marketing Show says: “Since last year’s show there has been a significant shift as brands seek outcome-based measurement and a more joined-up approach to how their influencer campaigns interact with other marketing channels. We’ve also seen boundless creativity from creators and agencies who can adapt to the tightest of briefs.
This October, the brightest minds, cutting-edge technologies, and creative agencies will be united in London as we seek to reimagine the future of the creator economy for what will be our largest event to date.”