From 19th – 20th October 2021, PI LIVE will take place in London and online, with an agenda promising to explore and recognise the advancements of our resilient industry following a turbulent 18 months.

The event will take place over two days, meaning there is ample time to discuss everything going on in the performance world. The pandemic hasn’t stunted progress; it has pushed these areas forwards, transforming the performance sphere into something greater than ever before. By getting involved with the show and putting yourself forward or nominating others, you have the opportunity to ensure that the right topics are being featured and that diverse voices are being heard.

This years’ edition of the world’s premier affiliate & performance marketing conference will take place in a hybrid format. This means that the usual things you love about PI LIVE, such as the exceptional content and networking opportunities will be available, with added bonuses such as an innovative event app and plenty of livestreamed content.

Diversity and inclusion guidance

Over the past 14 years, the PI LIVE team has faced the same challenges as many other event organisers when it comes to equal representation within live content. Their goal is to be truly inclusive by seeking active participation by all individuals regardless of their gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, industry experience, physical or mental ability, age, education or religion.

The team believe that this is a strong peer to peer community event, and the aim is for the speaker line-up to reflect that. You can find out more about the Diversity and Inclusion guidance on the PI LIVE website.

Get involved

With a huge amount of subjects, issues and trends to uncover, the PI LIVE London team would love to hear from the industry about the content that you want. This means that speaker submissions are open to all within the industry.

The team is especially interested in receiving nominations for speakers you think might bring a fresh perspective to performance marketing at the hybrid event. You can either submit a full proposal at this stage, or simply an interest to speak – you’ll have the help of the team to help you curate your session. The submissions portal will close on June 24.

PerformanceIN’s Senior Conference Producer Kate McGregor said: “Our agenda will be exploring the innovations that have taken place within the whole performance marketing landscape and delivering the facts on where the future of the industry is headed following a turbulent 18 months.

“My main piece of advice to companies submitting through our speaker submissions portal is; read the guidance and then to think very carefully about who you chose to represent your company. Make no mistake, we will favour submissions that take this guidance into account, as we believe that it is our responsibility to lend our platform to those that are under-represented, and those that haven’t had their voices heard.”

To find out more about PI LIVE London visit the website, or read this Q&A with Kate, in which she details a few handy tips for becoming a speaker.