Online influence has been a subject heavily debated in the media. Who are the true online influencers and what kind of impact do they have on audiences and consumers in particular? What are the best ways to discover and rank the influencers of a particular demographic? How do brands activate the influencers online and how do they measure ROI? Our panel of top industry experts will seek to uncover the truth and myths behind brand/ influencer relationships, while sharing their experiences as they relate to fashion brands in this monthly panel discussion.
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7-8pm - speakers panel
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1. Leslie Hall, ICED Media. Armed with a keen ability to identify and meet the challenges of some of today’s savviest marketers, Leslie Hall has led ICED Media to become one of the industry’s leading boutique digital marketing agencies. Over the past decade, she and partner Reggie Miller have been at the forefront of creating groundbreaking digital platforms and strategic partnerships for brands including Kmart, Maybelline New York, Ford Motor Corp., DKNY, and more. A pioneer at heart, Hall develops all of the company’s disciplines and brings her understanding of the digital space, consumer behavior and ROI to complement the company’s creative offerings. It is this discipline that has led ICED Media to become a leader in the space with 13 years of consecutive growth.
2. Dina Fierro, Vice President Social Media, HL Group. As Vice President of Social Media at HL Group, Fierro consults on influencer engagement and social media strategy for a suite of world class brands in fashion and lifestyle, including AERIN, Amazon Fashion, Athleta and The MoMA Design Store. In addition to her experience building brands, she’s a highly respected blogger in her own right. Read her musings on fashion, beauty and personal style at eye4style.com.
3. Josh Butler, Director of Sales, Klout.
4. Jennifer Kirk, NetBase. Jennifer has over 10 years experience in marketing and events. Starting her career on Capitol Hill, Jennifer was the youngest in the history of the US Copyright Office to hold her position in the Public Information Office. She left Washington to work in publicity and events in the Nashville music and sports industry before transitioning to social media marketing six years ago. Since then, she has led many successful social and online marketing initiatives and campaigns for worldwide names in television, music, publishing and the tech industry in Silicon Valley resulting in increased sales and television show renewals. Jennifer holds both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Belmont University.
MODERATOR: Yuli Ziv, Founder & CEO, Style Coalition.
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