Gordon Glenister is an international influencer marketing expert. He set up the influence division of the Branded Content Marketing Association, has a best selling book aptly named influencer marketing strategy and hosts no less than 3 podcasts most notable is the Influence Global podcast. He has his own successful influencer marketing program which is designed to help business owners and leaders become subject matter experts and elevate their personal brand. He is also entrenched in the membership sector too running Membership World a community of association and membership professionals. You can find more at www.gordonglenister.com and you can follow him on all social platforms.
Whether you’re a talent manager looking for new partnerships or you’re a creator wanting to get in front of new partners, we’ve gathered a list of the best platforms all creators should be on.
Today we’re speaking with Samantha Merkin of FCB Chicago, Molly Tracy of VRAI Digital, Aana Leech of Popular Pays by Light Tricks, and Corinne Travis & Julian Greene of Flagship.
Lindsay is a seasoned influencer marketing professional with a decade of experience in the field. They have successfully led award-winning influencer marketing strategies and long-term creator programs for some of the world’s largest brands. In recognition of her expertise, she was named Social Media’s Rising Star in the Events Industry by Event Solutions and one of the top 42 Most Passionate Business Women on Twitter by Huff Po.
In addition to Lindsay’s impressive career, she has a notable presence in public speaking. Over the years, she has participated in various industry events and conferences, sharing her knowledge and insights. In 2012, discussing and creating branding strategies using social media and translating social media efforts into sales. Her commitment to educating others about influencer marketing and social media. Join us, as Lindsay discusses how Job Hopping works in today’s world.
Caitlyn Kumi is an Associate Product Marketing Manager at Google and the Founder of Miss EmpowHer, a women empowerment brand. During her junior year at UNC-Chapel Hill, Caitlyn founded Miss EmpowHer to help women of all shades and shapes feel confident and empowered. With Miss EmpowHer, Caitlyn hopes to inspire women to become the best versions of themselves and encourage women to support other women. Caitlyn is a lifestyle and education content creator who shares advice and tips for Gen Z women on TikTok and LinkedIn. Caitlyn received features in Forbes, Business Insider, and Good Morning America. Rates for brand deals, Diversity in influencer marketing.
Leslie Morgan is a digital creative and business executive with over 15 years of experience working with brands, digital influencers, celebrities and networks across multiple digital platforms to scale businesses, grow revenue and build brands. GM and Founding Partner of The Candidly, a wellness brand for women who sort of hate wellness brands. Client highlights include: Interim COO for Hank and John Green’s Complexly, Operations Consultant for The Chosen, GM for Chad Wild Clay and Vy Quaint Spy Ninja Networks, Consultant for Lightricks (SWOT analysis, partnerships and overseeing editorial content strategy)
Megan Frantz is an enthusiastic senior leader who builds robust partnerships, talent relationships and entertainment for the digital media landscape.
Currently, Megan serves as a Senior Talent Manager at Whalar, a full service influencer marketing platform, brand agency and management solution on a mission to Liberate the Creative Voice and make advertising more effective through the inclusion of all creative voices.
Previously, Megan led Creator Partnerships at Patreon, the top platform powering membership businesses for over 200,000 creators, podcasters, musicians and artists. Founded by creator and musician Jack Conte in 2013, Patreon has paid out $2 billion to creators to date.
She also served as the Director of Talent Partnerships at Group Nine Media (the Discovery-backed parent media company of Thrillist, NowThis, The Dodo and Seeker). Here, Megan operated as the sole talent leader within the sales organization, building and executing branded campaigns with influencer programming across the four digital publishers.
Prior to Group Nine, Megan was the head producer on the Shorty Awards, the premier award show honoring the best of social media, where she built hundreds of robust relationships with the creators, celebrities and Academy members recognized in the show.
Jessy Grossman is a long time entrepreneur in the digital media space. She’s passionate about supporting women in business and being at the forefront of innovation. She’s been quoted in Forbes and was awarded a spot in the “Influencer Top 50” by Talking Influence. In less than two years she created one of the fastest growing talent agencies in the country. Amidst unprecedented growth, she sold the multi-six-figure agency and pivoted to focus on her long-time passion project: Women in Influencer Marketing (better known as WIIM). Founded in 2017, today WIIM is the premiere professional organization for those who work with influencers. The community offers networking and new business opportunities, career services, continuous education and more. Jessy also does consulting, advising and influencer marketing recruiting with her company Tribe Monday. You can find inspiring stories and more about Jessy on the WIIM Podcast. Check out iamwiim.com and tribemonday.com for more information.
Today we’re speaking with Jessy Grossman of WIIM, Taylar Barrington-Booker of Agency Cliquish, Ayomi Samaraweera of Canopy, and Christie Childers of Best Day Ever.
Today we’re speaking with Seema Tilak, an IP lawyer, and founder at Create LLP and Bianca Ker the Managing Director of EMEA at Tagger Media
In this event, they discuss the increasing integration of AI in influencer marketing. They explore the potential benefits and drawbacks of using AI for content creation, highlighting the importance of authenticity and the unique storytelling abilities of humans. They also touch upon the legal implications of AI, such as personal rights issues. They conclude by expressing their excitement for the future of AI in influencer marketing while acknowledging the potential challenges that may arise. Tune in to gain valuable insights into the evolving landscape of influencer marketing and the role of AI.