The days are getting shorter, darker and colder as we officially head into Autumn/Winter 2016. Whilst the season of sherry, songs and Santa is nigh, we felt that a wonderful evening full of opportunities to network, inspire and be influenced (in more ways than one) would help with the impending dismal winter blues. Along with some action shots from the evening, we have complied the most insightful quotes from our panellists: Ross Breadmore, Associate Director of Innovation at Synechron; Phillip Trippenbach, Head of Influencer at Edelman & Lucy Hall, Social Media Strategist at Avviso Media. 

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comms industry

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geeks on social media

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calling yourself an influencer

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Influence is as old as we are

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test 2

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influencer marketing as advertising

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followers seeing something and thinking #ad

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brand partnership being totally overt

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not about followers

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if you won't get sued put it online

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