Tim Flagg will be kicking things off on the morning of Day 1 and Day 2 on the Dome Stage. Tim has over 19 years experience in senior marketing and commercial roles and is co-founder of Advantagious. As well as being a regular speaker, Flagg is the host of ClickZ’s Digital Marketing Podcast with over 14,000 listeners worldwide, making him a brilliant fit for the job in hand. Sessions he’ll be covering include Cally Beaton’s keynote discussion on Cutting Through the Corporate Bullshit and Sarah Bundy’s opening keynote on Global Publisher Trends in Performance.
Meanwhile, over on the Pavillion Stage will be James Little, who has been at TopCashback for seven years and seen the UK cashback site grow from 750 thousand UK members to over 10 million global members. He has spoken and moderated at events all over the world and at PI LIVE, his sessions include Dale Lovell’s session 10 Trends in Native for 2019 and How to Profit From Them, and Matt Bailey’s session on Why the Future of Advertising is Feed Based.
With his insight and knowledge, Luke Judge will be on the Dome Stage covering sessions from Influencer Marketing: A Global Disruption Driving Local Relevance delivered by Mike Hondorp, to Context is Everything from specialists at Yieldify. Judge is the CEO of award-winning digital specialists, NMPi, and has led the company through ambitious expansion to increase their global footprint.
After lunch, Andy Barr will be on the Main Stage on the afternoon of Day 1 and Day 2. He is the co-founder and MD of 10 Yetis, a digital agency with a strong public relations and social media heritage. Barr has spoken at conferences around the world on PR, social media, video and influencer marketing campaigns. A massive fan of puns and the term “dark social”, Barr will oversee the likes of Shed Simove’s keynote session on Unlocking Your Creativity, and Robert Levenhagen’s Solving the $500 Million Influencer Fraud Problem session.
Guests can see Vix Leyton on the Pavillion Stage moderating sessions like Tribe’s Content Crisis: How Your Customers WIll Save Your Butt, and Robert Glazer’s How to Build a World-Class High-Performance Culture. Leyton has been leading comms in the performance space for nine years, from her current role at Decision Tech, to Quidco, the international cashback portal. She’s an expert on consumer trends, new comms channels and influencer marketing, and a specialist in strategies for retaining consumers who have never had more choice.
Known as ‘The Voice,’ Julia Smith is a regular media commentator and often invited to speak at major conferences on issues surrounding brand safety and ad trading. Smith is an independent digital consultant specialising in the likes of brand safety, fraud prevention, motivational speaking, ad trading and digital strategy. She’ll be on the Dome Stage moderating sessions such as Stacey MacNaught’s session on Adopting the Consumer Mindset for Your SEO Strategy and Ben Alwin’s session called Pinterest – is it Search or Social?
Flagg will be the MC for four sessions on the Main Stage on the morning of Day 2.
Bright and early on Day 2, Matt Bailey will join much-anticipated speakers Wura Sanusi from the ASA, Aiden Carroll, co-founder of The Coloring In Department and Scott Guthrie from CampaignDeus on the Pavilion Stage to talk about all things influencer transparency and authenticity. With a 15-year career spanning roles in affiliate networks, agencies and as a member of the founding team at Partnerize, Bailey now heads up UK sales and operations at Productsup. Productsup is a market leading SaaS platform for management, optimisation and distribution of product feeds.
Laura Crimmons is the founder of Silverthorn, a PR, social and content agency that sparks conversations and engagement to get brands talked about in all the right places.She won PR Moment’s Young Professional of the Year 2017, was named in The Drum’s 2018 and 2017 50 Women in Digital Under 30 and was shortlisted for the CIPR’s Outstanding Young Communicator 2017. See her up on the Dome Stage, covering sessions such as Marin Software’s Let’s Talk Amazon and Scrunch’s Executing a Data-Driven Approach to Influencer Marketing.
Julia Smith will be moderating the Making Sense of Your Data to Drive Growth session in the morning over on the Pavilion Stage.
After lunch, Dominic Baliszewski will be taking over the Pavilion Stage. He has over a decade of experience in affiliates and is currently head of new ventures at Decision Tech and a regular commentator in the national press. A talented and charismatic speaker, he talks passionately and engagingly on industry issues, as well as strategic ways to solve them. Join him in sessions such as Adidas’ Blueprint for the Future of Affiliate Marketing and CJ Affiliate’s Making TUI Famous Fast
Later on, Barr is also moderating three sessions in the afternoon on the Main Stage.