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Influencer Marketing Show Returns with New Enhancements for 2019

The Influencer Marketing Show will be bigger and better for 2019, with a range of new enhancements and exciting features coming into play this year. Speaker submissions are open and it’s only a matter of time before stands go on sale.

The Influencer Marketing Show 2019 (IMS) returns with a bang to Old Billingsgate, London on October 22-23. It will be another jam-packed two days with informative panel sessions, exciting workshops, networking events and presentations from expert speakers. IMS will be co-located with PI LIVE once again, which saw 60 countries represented, a 72% increase in exhibitors and over 2,500 delegates through the door.

Influencer marketing at your fingertips

Today, influencer marketing on Instagram alone is nearly $2 billion and by 2020 it is set to reach $10 billion, leaving no doubt that it will continue to grow at a rapid pace. IMS is THE place to discover the latest industry trends and is your one-stop-shop to leveraging and executing your influencer marketing campaigns so that you can maximise ROI and stay ahead of the competitive game.

IMS provides industry progression, plenty of new connections and actionable learning. As always, networks, platforms and individuals that are driving growth and innovation in the influencer marketing space will be attending in abundance to help tackle the industry challenges head-on in the industry and share their insider expertise so you can start planning your influencer strategies today. Following a brilliant sell-out event last year and taking on board attendee feedback, the show will be bigger and better than ever thanks to a range of enhanced and improved features for 2019. Reflecting the growth of the industry, IMS is going to be double the size this year and will now also be the UK’s largest theatre dedicated to influencer marketing.  

The Influencer Marketing Show afforded a rare opportunity for vendors, brands and practitioners at the forefront of influencer marketing to meet, share war stories and strive to push the nascent industry further,” said Scott Guthrie, influencer marketing consultant.

What’s new?


As the show has grown in popularity, IMS will have its very own dedicated 250-capacity theatre and unique networking workshops hosted on the top floor of Old Billingsgate, providing additional space for meetings, workshops and exhibitors.

With the calibre and variety of attendees that are keen to learn and connect with the right people, the new interactive deep dive influencer marketing workshops will ensure attendees come away with plenty of practical know-how from leading influencer marketing industry experts on the topic in hand.

Also for 2019, the brand new VIP pass makes its debut with new onsite benefits including VIP meeting space, tuck room and reserved seating.

“The show is a unique opportunity to stay updated with the latest trends and practices in the influencer marketing industry. There were great and inspiring speakers and impeccable organisation throughout,” commented Cristina Canale, brand communications director at CLUSE.

Speaker submissions now open

Competitions for a speaker position is fierce, so if you’d like to share your knowledge, educate and debate influencer marketing, then fill out the online speaker submission form. The deadline for submissions is May 1.

Make sure you read the instructions and guidelines carefully before submitting your pitch to put you in with a good chance to be selected by the agenda curation team.

Submit your speaker submissions via the online booking form.

Stands and sponsorship


The Influencer Marketing Show stands and sponsorship go on sale at 10am (GMT) on January 22, so get in touch with a member of the sales team to reserve your stand and the best sponsorship opportunities. Request a media pack and floor plan by contacting chris.henley@performancein.com.

“Being able to share insights and best practice whilst networking with the key decision makers is one of the many great benefits of this show,” said Harry Hugo, co-founder of Goat.

Keep your eyes peeled for more details to come soon and follow the #IMS19 hashtag on socials.

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