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LONDON, Monday, 11th Mar 2019 - Influencer marketing is dead, and has no future!

SharingSocial.London is holding a very special celebratory event for the social media community in London, and uncovering the big topics around influencer marketing in 2019.

Hosted by SharingSocial.London, and hosted by Iain Scott (@iaingscott), we will be joined by Mike McGrail (@mike_mcgrail), a digital marketer of 15 years specialising in social media and content marketing, to share controversial views on influencer marketing.

Also accompanying us will be three special guest speakers - including some of the previous speakers who’ve made the stage at the Sharing Social community.

We will be looking at the controversial topic of 2019, influencer marketing. After The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) caused a storm this year due to new guidelines and regulations with the influencers themselves, we’ll be taking a look at both sides of the coin. What it’s like for influencers and how to effectively use influencer marketing within your overall marketing strategy.
We’re celebrating because to thank all of our guests, Founding Members, and speakers we’ve connected with since starting the meet-up in May 2018. This will be a chance to celebrate and chat with like-minded social media professionals.

We’re lucky enough to be hosting this event at WeWork, 70 Wilson Street. Easy to get to from Liverpool Street, Moorgate, or Old Street station.

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Event Location: 70 Wilson St., London, EC2A 2DB

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