Linqia’s Commitment to Diversity
Influencer marketing catalyzes the most powerful components of our human experience and serves as the perfect medium for brands to create an authentic connection with each person. Linqia ensures that 20% of contracted creators are diverse and receive equitable pay.
“Linqia is committed to cultivating an industry that never stops bridging gaps, amplifying diverse voices, and listening to the collective narratives we ALL have to share – not just some.”
– Linqia’s DE&I Taskforce
This Linqia Live Expert Series episode tackles the global conversation around racism and representation in our society and the influencer marketing industry with 6 Linqia creators.
- How are influencers and their followers feeling about the current social climate?
- How should brands be interacting with the Black Lives Matter Movement?
- When is the right time to introduce sponsored content into the conversation?
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