Duration: 5 days, 5 hours per day (h. 10.00am – 16.00pm)
Where: Bat Radar site in Cambridge or London
Price: GBP 985.00
Successful fashion influencers can be defined by how they respond to two underlining factors.
The first, is whether they can adapt within a rapidly changing and diverse industry, which has seen monumental movements since the 1980s.
The second, is more rooted with the ever growing use and application of the Internet, and how this this has changed the canonical paradigm of communication. Today, there is a much broader and freer exchange of information between brands and consumers and these falling barriers are certain to alter or challenges existing perceptions and connections both in terms of space and time but also predefined hierarchies.
Since everyone is able to express their personal point of view, including the world of fashion, how can a fashion influencer hope to stand out? And when considering their role, is this simply what a fashion influencer is expected to do?
The induction of fashion influencers was intially assessed with scepticism and suspicion. Then when it was granted permission from the inner circles, monitored carefully to ensure that it was providing information that was consistent to the brand’s existing identity. Then, finally considered reputable enough to create added value for the traditional entourage of fashion i.e. the publishing houses and certified sellers / wholesalers who passed the information through the network of fashion insiders.
To date, the digital landscape is as vast as it is fragmented. As of 2018, there are several hundred thousand influencers in every sector and fashion is no exception. It is clear, therefore, that what matters and will make a difference to each influencer is to create and build a tone of voice that manages to stand out and effectively promote your work as a individual.
In an era in which the web has become an inflexible mirror of what we are and what we do, influencers need to rethink and rethink about every bit of content they produce with an open mindset. Thanks to specific marketing and web marketing skills, influencers can be skilled on how to tackle the dynamics within digital communication, whilst endulging in their creativity and personality; whilst being flexibile and mindful of the direction they wish to project the industry for future generations.
Bat Radar aims to tackle these issues from a theoretical, strategic and practical point of view. Encouraging influencers to focus on basic themes for the creation and strategic management of their personal brand, and tailor-make their own bespoke products and experiences.
We will start by establishing a broad and clear background that is built and focused on elaborating its tie ins with both digital communication and web marketing. Bat Radar know the landscape of the influencer marketing, and has followed its evolution over time and knowns how to take advantage of growing opportunities and pitfalls within the industry.
The course will also address how to set targets and achieve success by monetizing your blog and what the frameworks are in place for influencers.
In details, Bat Radar will focus on:
A full synopsis of the course overview will be distributed at the beginning of the programme.
Upon completion of the course, we will provide you direct access to the Bat Radar Charts, to monitor and assess your performance.
The course is aimed at young people wishing to begin their fashion influencer career or individuals who are curious to learn more about the process. Bat Radar also welcomes fashion influencers who aim to further enhance their personal branding and follow a more precise and conscious digital strategy.
The course can be taken at the Bat Radar site in London or Cambridge, UK, at dates throughout the year. However please register your interest promptly in order to save your place. Have a look on next starting date.
To allow teachers as much interaction and individual tuition with their students, classes will be limited to 15 participants per session. You will need to bring your own laptop to the class and any writing material you feel will be useful.
The course will be taught in English.