A buzzing room full of leading brands, partners, speakers, and industry thought-leaders made for an action-packed day at Landing Forty-Two in London for Partnerize Partnership Day 2023.
With stunning 360 views of the city, the agenda did not disappoint either, including thought-provoking panels, actionable takeaways, and the opportunity to network with the industry’s latest and greatest voices.
With a pop-up corporate headshot studio for attendees, as well as a complimentary lunch and a drinks mixer included, it was hard to find a non-smiling face in the crowd. As handshakes, note-taking, and deal-making took over the day, the full agenda also provided some great industry insights.
The agenda: global brands galore
The day started with Sean Sewell, Co-Founder and SVP, GM EMEA at Partnerize, opening the floor with a warm introduction to Partnerize and their goals for the day: “This is our marquee event for the UK, bringing together our partners, customers, agencies, and publishers, all in one place, all collaborating, all talking about what’s coming down and what’s new in the market.”
With no signs of slowing down the excitement in the room, the Opening Keynote set the tone for the rest of the day, with Timothy Armoo, the ‘Gen Z Sensei’ and Co-Founder of Fanbytes by Brainlabs, taking to the stage for a session on how brands can nail their engagement with Gen Z audiences. We caught up with Armoo after his session – watch our full interview now.
A panel on achieving influencer marketing success followed shortly after, including senior leaders from brands such as Karen Millen, THG, and DAZN, as well as a presentation from eMarketer’s Bill Fisher. A ‘Strategic Panel’ with global brands easyJet, Deliveroo, and Boohoo Group PLC was also an obvious highlight of the day.
Not only did we make sure to note down the most important takeaways of the day, but we also caught up with senior leaders at Partnerize and some familiar faces in the audience to bring you the key themes Partnerize Partnership Day 2023.
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