Bachelor host Gunsberg and Socceroo Zdrilic final speakers to be announced for Mumbrella360

TV and radio personality Osher Gunsberg is among the final additions to the program for this week’s Mumbrella360 conference.

Gunsberg will join Thursday’s panel discussing the findings from this year’s Encore Score. Commissioned by Mumbrella, The Encore Score surveys more than 5,000 respondents on their perceptions of 400 top celebrities, offering a ranking of Australia’s most popular personalities.

Gunsberg currently hosts Ten’s The Bachelor and broke through into the public eye, originally as Andrew G, on Channel V and Australian Idol.

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Also on the panel are top talent agents Lauren Miller Cilento, boss of Harry M Miller Group and Nick Fordham, owner of The Fordham Company. The session is being moderated by Encore Score curator Brooke Hemphill.

The Encore Score – now in its fourth year – will be unveiled at Mumbrella360 on Thursday afternoon.

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2013’s Encore Score panel featuring Hemphill, comedian Magda Szubanski and researcher Grant Bell

Research for The Encore Score has been carried out by YouGov’s Influencer Index. Sej Patel, country head of YouGov, will host roundtables at Mumbrella360 at 3pm on Wednesday and Thursday discussing the topic of influence , and who and what people think.

A further late addition to the schedule is TV presenter and former Socceroo David Zdrilic, who has joined The Psychology of Fandom session, curated by sports agency Octagon.

Other Australian media personalities involved in Mumbrella360 include Sky News presenter Paul Murray, who will moderate the entire event; You Am I frontman Tim Rogers; and a mystery participant who will participate in a world record attempt.

As part of the event, broadcaster Jules Lund will attempt to launch the world’s fastest influencer campaign, on behalf of client Ned Moorfield, CEO of ride share and taxi booking app GoCatch.

The final eight tickets for Mumbrella360 are now on sale, with pre-event ticket sales – offering a discount of $200 – closing at noon on Tuesday – or earlier if sold out. Full price tickets of $2,499 for the two days of the conference will be available on the door.



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