Flamingo to speak at Youth Marketing Strategy London March 7-9

  • This March Flamingo are excited to announce that we'll be speaking at the Annual Youth Marketing Strategy (YMS) London.

    This year’s three-day festival is Europe’s biggest youth marketing festival where the industry will come together to be inspired, discover, collaborate and shape the future of youth marketing. Leaders in the youth space will discuss the latest trends, insights and ideas needed to shape youth marketing strategy.

    YMS London is happening from 7th - 9th March and is Voxburner's flagship event, taking place in a venue at the heart of youth culture at The Roundhouse, London. YMS will be a packed three days of inspirational speakers, brand new research and must-have content from the world of youth marketing. There will be a unique mix of keynotes, Q&As, debates, case studies, workshops and more. Over 1,000 brands, agencies, universities and youth organisations.

    Jess Enoch, Associate Director in our Social Purpose practice, will be speaking on day 2 (March 8th) - a day dedicated to youth trends, exploring the cultural, social and digital changes that are revolutionising the future habits of young people.

    Jess will be speaking on a panel entitled, ‘Brand positive - why doing good is good for business’, alongside speakers from Google, Sainsbury's and The Roundhouse.

    The panel will highlight why businesses that act with a social conscience are winning over young people and how an organisation can tap into a generation that is keen to improve not only their own lives but also the lives of others. They'll also discuss how young people are empowered by doing good - and how a brand can give this generation the guidance they crave from the brands they look up to and incorporate this into marketing strategy.

    Find out more about YMS London here and if you'd like to attend this event, ticket information is on the YMS website here.

    Remember to keep up to date with the action @flamingolondon and get in touch with us here, if you'd like to find out more.

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