How Brands & Influencers Can Work Better Together

Idalia Salsamendi
In this dynamic event, we will examine the most vital elements needed for brands and influencers to work better together. By discussing key action points from gifting to loans to paid partnerships, attendees will come away from the event with crucial and game-changing knowledge on how to better their business, no matter if they’re an influencer or a brand rep.
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Fri, Apr 2
Fri, Apr 2
8am PT / 5pm CET
60 min


In today’s fast-paced digital world, brands are sometimes at a loss for how to work effectively with influencers, whether it be through gifting, loans, or paid opportunities. Reversely, influencers are also confused on why some brands they love aren’t responding. But what if you were shown the key elements to work effectively with your favorite influencers and brands (paid or not)? In this dynamic and enlightening seminar, Idalia will go through key action items you could immediately start doing to take your company (influencer and brand alike) to the next level, including: 

  • How brands can reach out to their favorite influencers and start working together 
  • How influencers can reach out to their favorite brands and get free gifting & paid jobs
  • How to build on the relationships to ensure repeat jobs
  • And more! 

From small brands to micro-influencers and well-known brands and macro-influencers, this seminar caters to all.

Those who purchase a ticket to this event will receive a special discount code for Idalia's online courses and Masterclass. This code will be included in your Speakeasy purchase confirmation email.

Idalia will donate a percentage of her proceeds from this event to STOP AAPI HATE.

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