BEIJING, Aug. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- China's 1st Fashion Celebrity Global Summit will be held in Qingdao, a well-known seaside travel destination, on August 25th and 26th 2017.
This event will bring together global influencers including China's largest fashion KOL Gogoboi, China's most profitable fashion celebrity Dayi Zhang, Australian model Lily May Mac, Youtube star singer Jason Chen, and American record producer Maejor.
The Fashion Celebrity Global summit is hosted by China's largest fashion MCN MOKO, Trends Group and Qingdao National High-tech Industrial Development Zone. It's aimed to build a platform connecting global enterprises and fashion celebrities, therefore positioning Qingdao as an influential city in the global fashion world.
During the 2-day summit, speakers will discuss on content innovation and monetization, personal branding and IP, fashion e-commerce, and many other topics that will transform China's fast-growing fashion influencer industry.
Executives from China's top Internet companies like Weibo, as well as senior representatives from international fashion industry leaders like IMG and UTA, are confirmed to attend and share their vision with more than 1000+ expected attendees.
Last but not least, MOKO will bring Fashion Celebrity Global Summit with EDGE Fashion to Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018. As MOKO's overseas official partner, EDGE Fashion invites Chinese American fashion PR Vermouth Liu to hold EDGE Fashion Blogger Awards 2017, Fashion Forum and Fashion Run-way Shows during the event. As celebrities, fashion bloggers, brands, and journalists from all over the United States of America will come together to recognise the dedication of fashion bloggers worldwide.
MOKO is China's oldest fashion influencers' website that provides training, performance and business opportunities to talents. Today, with 3.5 million cooperated fashion talents, MOKO has become the largest fashion talent MCN contributing to China's Internet celebrity industry.
MOKO as China's 1st Internet industry leader moving its headquarter to Qingdao, has signed a strategic MOU with Qingdao government to support the city's development in technology, fashion and innovative industries.