Event Overview

Do you follow certain influencers on Instagram, Tik Tok and/or other social networks? If so, chances are you have already seen “advertising” labels and/or disclaimers announcing some kind of commercial sponsorship and/or collaboration here and there in their posts.

What is the purpose of these labels and/or disclaimers, are they mandatory, if so, under what circumstances, etc.?

If you have the same questions and/or think you know the answers and would like to share them with us, we invite you to join us in a webinar on 8 February 2023 at 17:00 CET where we will discuss when and how the prohibition of misleading advertising reached social networks, and whether and how influencers should identify the commercial nature of their posts when marketing third party products and touch base on other forms of online marketing where advertising labels and/or disclaimers should be included. In order to get a transparent picture and a practical view of influencer marketing, some influencers should also participate in the webinar.

Moderator:

  • Donata Stömer, Lawyer, Clover Law, Germany

Speakers: 

  • Emily Velkovski, Influencer, Austria
  • Evelina Levenson, Lawyer, Rittershaus, Germany
  • Frederik Kromann Jespersen, Lawyer, Skau Reipurth, Danemark

 

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