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Born from a relationship between experiential student marketing and event promotion, simply put, we elevate your brand relevance in the student marketing landscape.

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We recruited a team of 11 Student Brand Ambassadors looking to grow their audiences, meet like-minded sellers and develop their understanding of Depop.

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But for how long will our insatiable appetite for ‘mega’ influencer culture continue?

Recent years have seen the gradual onset of ‘influencer fatigue’, as more consumers grow tired of the repetitive and consumerist content pushed on their feed. Notably, however, the last 12 months has seen the social media world rocked by a number of widely-publicised and highly-debated controversies, perhaps prompting us to reconsider our trust in major influencers.

It would be almost impossible to have missed the social media furore last month over Molly Mae’s notorious interview for Steven Bartlett’s Diary of CEO podcast, in which she uttered the ill-fated words “we all have the same 24 hours in a day”. The interview shed some light on the toxic extent to which ‘hustle culture’ is endorsed by certain online figures, causing many young fans of the 22-year-old to rethink their perceptions of the influencer world. More than this, a large number of consumers and journalists argued that it was disingenuous for the creative director of PLT – a brand renowned for the exploitation of its garment workers – and a woman who sky-rocketed to fame after appearing on Love Island to assert so confidently that the more hours you put in, the more you’ll be rewarded.

Meanwhile, Twitter users recently unearthed incriminating tweets and videos from momfluencer Elle Darby, namely several posts from 2010 involving racial, homophobic and fatphobic slurs. The 25-year-old was promptly dropped by her management and lost nearly a third of her Instagram following in the mere space of a week.

This isn’t forgetting that only last year, several major influencers came under fire for their ‘insensitive’ and ‘tone-deaf’ posting of holiday snaps during the height of the pandemic.

But for how long will our insatiable appetite for ‘mega’ influencer culture continue?

Recent years have seen the gradual onset of ‘influencer fatigue’, as more consumers grow tired of the repetitive and consumerist content pushed on their feed. Notably, however, the last 12 months has seen the social media world rocked by a number of widely-publicised and highly-debated controversies, perhaps prompting us to reconsider our trust in major influencers.

It would be almost impossible to have missed the social media furore last month over Molly Mae’s notorious interview for Steven Bartlett’s Diary of CEO podcast, in which she uttered the ill-fated words “we all have the same 24 hours in a day”. The interview shed some light on the toxic extent to which ‘hustle culture’ is endorsed by certain online figures, causing many young fans of the 22-year-old to rethink their perceptions of the influencer world. More than this, a large number of consumers and journalists argued that it was disingenuous for the creative director of PLT – a brand renowned for the exploitation of its garment workers – and a woman who sky-rocketed to fame after appearing on Love Island to assert so confidently that the more hours you put in, the more you’ll be rewarded.

Meanwhile, Twitter users recently unearthed incriminating tweets and videos from momfluencer Elle Darby, namely several posts from 2010 involving racial, homophobic and fatphobic slurs. The 25-year-old was promptly dropped by her management and lost nearly a third of her Instagram following in the mere space of a week.

This isn’t forgetting that only last year, several major influencers came under fire for their ‘insensitive’ and ‘tone-deaf’ posting of holiday snaps during the height of the pandemic.

The Raptor team went over and above to ensure that 
our first UK dip into the student ambassador world went smoothly.

Chloe Young, Senior Marketing Manager at Depop

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Chloe Young, Senior Marketing Manager at Depop

"The Raptor team went over and above to ensure that our first UK dip into the student ambassador world went smoothly. The positive business results and equally as important qualitative feedback from our community on the activity speaks for itself. The team were a pleasure to work with and both incredibly supportive and reactive to our needs."

Chloe Manager at Depop

"The Raptor teare a pleasure to work with and both incredibly supportive and reactive to our needs."

Chloe Young, Senior Marketing Manager at Depop

"The Raptor team went over and above to ensure that our first UK dip into the student ambassdibly supportive and reactive to our needs."

Marketing Manager at Depop

"The Raptor team went over and above to ensure that our first UK dip into the student ambassador world went smoothly. The positive business results and equally as important qualitative feedback from our community on the activity speaks for itself. The team were a pleasure to work with and both incredibly supportive and reactive to our needs."

Chloe Young, Senior Marketing Manager at Depop

"The Raptor team went over and above to ensure that our first UK dip into the student ambassador world went smoothly. The positive business results and equally as important qualitative feedback from our community on the activity speaks for itself. The team were a pleasure to work with and both incredibly supportive and reactive to our needs."