Where will you be on July 3rd?

We will be at iPX London – and you ought to be there too.

As we chug into Q3 and prepare for the fury of Q4, industry events are an excellent way to learn a few new tricks, build some useful connections, and take a moment to check in with your peers.

And iPX London looks to be a truly exceptional event.

Hosted at London’s Landing Forty Two, the venue is home to some of the most spectacular views in the city, as well as Europe's fastest lift. Yes, really. You can start your day off with a record-breaking experience, launching up 500ft into the air in a mere 30 seconds.

From there, you can zone in on the agenda’s range of intelligent sessions.

Best-selling author Bruce Daisley will be first to take the stage. An expert on workplace culture and a former executive at YouTube and Twitter, Daisley is a marketing sage with enough wisdom to level up every attendee’s game in some way or another. This session is a must-attend.

Max Ciccotosto, Chief Product Officer at impact.com, will apprise us on impact.com’s latest features and initiatives, unveiling some of the most significant product updates in the company’s history. 

James Bennie, AVP Customer Success, EMEA at impact.com, will lead a conversation around breaking down internal siloes and departmental barriers to gain more support from stakeholders. Bennie will be joined by Skyscanner, B&Q, and Bitpanda to tackle this topic. This is something we hear about a lot – affiliate managers’ frustration with a lack of understanding from the rest of the company – so this session will be a useful antidote to that obstacle.

Elsewhere, San Sareen, Regional Vice President of Influencers & Creators at impact.com, will be joined by content creator Adrian Valia and Júlia Salume, Influencer Marketing Lead at Moburst, to demystify the world of influencer negotiation. It can be a daunting process for creators and brands alike, choosing the right rates and compensation model for a partnership. This panel will hopefully put these concerns to bed.

I’m also looking forward to the closing session – a panel perspective on the partnership economy’s emerging trends and best new technologies. Marthe Berlin, RVP Publisher Development at impact.com, will be joined by a panel featuring AppLovin, Envolve Tech, SaaSquatch, and TikTok to embark on a constructive and philosophical discussion around innovation.

Check out the full agenda of sessions here.

Throughout the day, we’ll be interviewing attendees to hear your thoughts on the industry, during the numerous networking breaks.

Afterwards, you can find us unwinding at the After Party round the corner at Patch East.

We hope to see you there! You can grab your tickets to the event here.

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