It's rare a 26-year-old understands the real power of human empathy, yet Charlotte Pearce is building a thriving tech business bringing companies up close and personal with every customer. If that wasn't impressive enough, she's managed to find a way to create a social impact with every order. Inkpact's writer community members are from various backgrounds across the UK; some are students, some stay-at-home parents and some are recovering from illness. Having already been listed in Forbes as one of their 30 under 30, she then went on to be one of Grant Thornton's '100 Faces of a Vibrant Economy', and 2017 press included features in the Stylist magazine, The Times & Buzzfeed. Charlotte is fast becoming a young female icon in the British business world and a role model for women aspiring to become business leaders in the UK. Cleverly colliding the six basic human needs with truly personal marketing campaigns, the company she co-founded, Inkpact, is scaling faster than she ever dreamed and she's sharing her top secrets and stories with every talk.
- Forbes 30 under 30 - Europe - TechnologyInkpact has created a tech platform where brands can upload messages, which the company writes out with real ink and paper for direct marketing. Inkpact, which claims customers like Unilever, Mr & Mrs Smith and Moet Hennessy, is also working on a Salesforce app with machine learning and recipient profiling.
- “DEAR FEMALE FOUNDER” - STARTUP BOOK FOR FUTURE FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSWhen people think of top entrepreneurs, they typically think of Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg or Elon Musk. But what about the women who have achieved great things? We decided something had to be done about this and selected 66 trailblazing female entrepreneurs from around the world to be put into the spotlight. Some of them you will know from the media, while others you might have never heard of. It might surprise you to hear that they have generated more than $1 billion in revenue. “Dear Female Founder” is a unique book based on one simple question: If successful female entrepreneurs and investors wrote a letter of advice to the next generation of female entrepreneurs – what would they write about? In the book, you will find invaluable insights from these 66 inspirational women sharing business advice they wished someone had told them when they started out.
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