Past speakers

We're regularly welcoming creators and marketing professionals at our events, who tell their stories and moments that made a change in their journeys. Here are some of those that joined us in the past.

Past speakers
Eddie Jaoude

Eddie Jaoude

250k+ followers

Eddie told his story about how he went from a 9-to-5 coder to a full-time digital nomad content creator. Eddie took us through his journey on Twitter (now with over 100k followers) and YouTube (with over 35k subscribers) and how he went from wondering if anyone was listening and watching, to building a business providing DevRel as a service with a team of three.

Domagoj Vidovic

Domagoj Vidovic

750k+ followers

Dom told us how he grew his TikTok from 500 to 100K followers all by himself. He started making video tutorials on JavaScript, and gradually transitioned into tech humor. Dom is very successful at monetization, he is now teaching creators how to monetise through his course.

Feras Hemse

Feras Hemse

173k+ followers

Feras Hemse shared his understanding of creative thinking and provided strategic insights from his experience on YouTube. He provided participants with practical advice and methods derived from his creator's background on improving content creation and engaging the audience.

Veronika Zhukovska

Veronika Zhukovska

270k+ followers

Veronika gave us insights into her strategy for building an audience on various channels.

Kevin Elezaj

Kevin Elezaj

77,2k followers

Kevin is a fashion influencer who grew his Instagram channel over years and shared his journey of being just passionate about his topic, growing and then building his business around it. Now he’s partnering with major brand deals with companies like Nike and Prada.

Eda Turunc

Eda Turunc

1.4mio+ followers

Eda shared her story on growing her ASMR channels to more than 1,4mio followers and the insights she gained on that journey.

Witty Lemon

Witty Lemon

81k+ follower

Our guests are Nils and Ana, the creators of the YouTube channel “Witty lemon”. They gained more than 50k followers in one year and create videos about their passion: food and lifestyle. They will share their story on how they started on YouTube, how they developed their concept and became successful in what they are doing.

Kiki Bhaur

Kiki Bhaur

Kiki stressed the importance of brand as the audience's perception (as opposed to a logo). A brand must find its niche, no brand can cater to "everyone." Kiki's main point was that people's consumer behavior is changing because nowadays they have more information to do product research.

Raschid Zaatar

Raschid Zaatar

295k+ followers

A successful street comedy artist on TikTok, Raschid joined us to share his experience on the topic of "How to do TikTok Street Comedy". When we had the pleasure of meeting Raschid, he shared with us that as an artist, you should “Always continue, stay true to yourself and stand out from the masses.

Trevor Jaykody

Trevor Jaykody

Trevor gave a talk about how they built a small, but highly engaging community pre-launch for their “Wild River Comics” brand. As the comic industry is dominated by a few big players there are various challenges which are easier to overcome when you have an authentic connection with your fans.

Jaro Vorobey

Jaro Vorobey

Jaro came to our London event and dived into the world of the YouTube algorithm. Vorobey, the founder of Winfluencer, taught how to develop a YouTube channel in 2022.

Jude

Jude

YouTube Strategy

Jude came to us when he was only 18 and he shared the ways in which he helps his clients achieve success on YouTube. Jude analyzes the patterns and styles of successful YouTube content like no one else - his observations about famous videos were both simple and not very obvious until he pointed them out!

Katharina Kempf

Katharina Kempf

TikTok Agency

Kathi was one of the first TikTok employees in Europe before starting her own agency focusing on TikTok influencers. Knowing all the ins-and-outs she shared not only knowledge of how to work on TikTok but also funny stories about her time there.

Marie Tuason

Marie Tuason

UGC Creator

Marie shared her experiences with UGC on TikTok. User-generated content (or UGC) is the future of marketing, and Marie shared the tips and tricks on how to make amazing UGC.

Oliver Aust

Oliver Aust

Oliver knows everything about making creative videos which one is eager to watch till the end. He spent 15 years at Reuters interviewing the likes of Richard Branson and the Dalai Lama, to discuss how to ace video creation in any situation.

Konstantinos Malliaris

Konstantinos Malliaris

Konstantinos shared insights about how he built his community, which didn’t happen overnight. Giving opportunities to undiscovered artists was his way to turn ordinary gigs into one of the major creative scenes in London: the Holywell Collective events.

Piotr Pilat

Piotr Pilat

A visual storyteller and Pulitzer Prize finalist has joined us as a guest speaker with a talk “Learning from the best social media videos”. Piotr broke down the top performing YouTube videos and discussed every aspect of how they were made, including storytelling, gear, location, filming, and editing.

Robbie Camppbell

Robbie Camppbell

Robbie explained his experiences on how he is creating advertisement videos for local businesses, currently in the Berlin area. The discussion revolved around various aspects of filming, editing and most importantly storytelling concepts.

Bradley Lay

Bradley Lay

Bradley discussed the importance of consistency and patience for content creators with us. Coming from a business background, growing a business from the finance perspective, he is passionate about building communities. He analyzed the reasons why creators didn't achieve the success that they wanted.