Rachel Tipograph

Founder & CEO of MikMak, One of Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business, Former Global Director, Digital and Social Media, GAP
FEE : £15k+

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Rachel Tipograph considered herself amongst the digerati since the moment she became an eBay power user at 13.

Forbes listed Rachel as one of its “30 under 30 Who Are Changing The World,” Marie Claire named her one of “The 50 Most Influential Women in America,” Fast Company named her one of “The Most Creative People in Business, AdAge named her one of “The Most Creative People of The Year,” AdWeek named her one of “The Young Influentials Shaping Business and Culture,” Entrepreneur named her one of the “50 Most Daring Entrepreneurs,” Inc named her to the “Female Founders 100,” Business Insider named her one of “New York Tech’s Coolest People,” Refinery29 named her one of its “Rising Female Tech Stars,” The Wrap named her one of “The 11 Change Agents Disrupting Hollywood,” and LinkedIn named her one of its “Next Wave: Top Professionals 35 & Under.”

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After being the Global Director of Digital and Social Media at Gap where she oversaw strategy, implementation and measurement, Rachel traveled the world for 100 days and then founded MikMak, an eCommerce marketing platform for multi-channel brands.

Featured Topics Include:

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The future of retail is social video

In 2011, it was predicted that 80% of online traffic in 2019 would be video content – and here are! With online retail making almost anything just a few clicks away, combining e-commerce and video content was inevitable, and now essential. Learn how Rachel has leveraged social media for online retail to create big gains with consumers globally.

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The eCommerce revolution

Amazon, Google, and Facebook have changed the way we live, work, and shop. They are also winning the battle for our data. Why are they after our last clicks, and how do we take back control of our consumer traffic?

3
Identity in marketing

Connecting with a younger demographic has never been more important, yet it’s something legacy brands struggle with. Identity has become the greatest generational shift, and challenger brands are attracting younger customers creating a cult like following. In this presentation, Rachel examines the differences between each generation, and highlights ways that brands can target younger consumers, converting them to loyal brand evangelists.

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Consumer driven commerce

 What Brands Need to Know – Brands have long known the importance of understanding their consumers to provide the optimal shopping experience, and shopping data is how consumers supply brands with that information. Having a commerce foundation that is built on this expanded view of the consumer journey is critical to brand success. From ad engagement to retailer check out to last mile delivery, consumer driven commerce is a future in which consumer preference plays a role in determining every step of their online shopping journey, including shoppable media and omnichannel solutions.

1
The future of retail is social video

In 2011, it was predicted that 80% of online traffic in 2019 would be video content – and here are! With online retail making almost anything just a few clicks away, combining e-commerce and video content was inevitable, and now essential. Learn how Rachel has leveraged social media for online retail to create big gains with consumers globally.

2
The eCommerce revolution

Amazon, Google, and Facebook have changed the way we live, work, and shop. They are also winning the battle for our data. Why are they after our last clicks, and how do we take back control of our consumer traffic?

3
Identity in marketing

Connecting with a younger demographic has never been more important, yet it’s something legacy brands struggle with. Identity has become the greatest generational shift, and challenger brands are attracting younger customers creating a cult like following. In this presentation, Rachel examines the differences between each generation, and highlights ways that brands can target younger consumers, converting them to loyal brand evangelists.

4
Consumer driven commerce

 What Brands Need to Know – Brands have long known the importance of understanding their consumers to provide the optimal shopping experience, and shopping data is how consumers supply brands with that information. Having a commerce foundation that is built on this expanded view of the consumer journey is critical to brand success. From ad engagement to retailer check out to last mile delivery, consumer driven commerce is a future in which consumer preference plays a role in determining every step of their online shopping journey, including shoppable media and omnichannel solutions.

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It went amazing!!!!! Everyone had amazing things to say. I believe our leadership would even like to have her present next year a manager event.

Henkel

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Rachel did a phenomenal job! She was perfect for our audience. Attendees were taking notes feverishly to soak up all of her insight and direction. Thanks for connecting us. We look forward to working with you more in the future.

LuLaRoe

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