Bringing the performance marketing industry together for a day of insightful discussion and networking, Affiliate Huddle returns to London on Thursday, June 6 at the QEII Centre in Westminster.
With over 1,000 attendees already registered, Affiliate Huddle looks set to be another sell-out event, promising an enticing line-up of speakers, including Helen Southgate, Mouna Laaragat, Deepak Tailor, Alex Frolov, Florian Gramshammer, Caroline Mulvihill and many more.
“We’re really excited to bring Affiliate Huddle back for another year. The feedback from attendees has always been really positive and this year we’re hoping to make it bigger and better than ever before, moving to a new venue and already having over 1,000 people registered attendees,” said Affiliate Huddle organiser James Little. He is also group commercial director of TopCashback, which recently won Industry’s Choice of Publisher at the Performance Marketing Awards.
In terms of sessions, we’re in for a real treat with the event hosting a number of topical themes and panel discussions. These include the popular Influencer Marketing Panel featuring Catherine Comeford, Scott Guthrie, Ben Jeffries, Sheetal Sahota and Arron Shepherd. Elsewhere, Mulvihill will be discussing the Evolution of Performance Marketing while Impact’s Gramshammer will share his insights on how to leverage your partnerships in The Power of the Partnership for Business Growth session.
Other notable sessions are Kate Irvine’s Affiliate Marketing Etiquette, Helen Southgate’s What Got You Here, Won’t Get You There, Jonny Plein’s The Evolutions of Browser Extensions in Affiliate Marketing and, of course, the last panel session of the day featuring James Little, James Beanie, James Bentley, Jacob Jeffery, Scott O’Brian and Angelika Porfyratou as they answer your burning affiliate questions.
“We’ve just announced the agenda and think that the talks look exciting and we’ve got some new faces presenting in addition to some of the old favourites. The event is just a few weeks away and hopes to see a great turnout on the day,” Little added.