Zainab Khan is a London-based digital marketer. After beginning her career working at an e-commerce startup and FinTech startup, she went freelance to provide her services at agencies and to various brands. In her 5 years of experience, she has collaborated with over 30 brands across sectors including FMCG, Fin-Tech, fashion, beauty and many more. The focus has been predominantly on social media marketing, including but not limited to content, influencer activations and paid media. Her nomadic upbringing across 10 towns / 4 countries inspired her interest in cultural storytelling, leading her to curate three visual series: #coffeeandhenna, #affinityseries and #TrailblazingMuslimWomen. The Trailblazers series reached over 3 million organically and was featured in The Times (print), Stylist, Buzzfeed, Campaign and It’s Nice That. In 2020, she continues her freelance work with agencies, startups and small businesses.
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Projects credited in
- Kettle Chips 'Real Seasonings' Greetings'We gave Kettle Chips fans what they really want for Christmas - a crisp pack that's actually a shaker full of their favourite crisp seasoning. So they could make anything, even their Christmas dinner taste like their favourite snack. We custom made only 5 of them by 3D scanning and creating the world’s first 3D printed crisp packs. Then we gave away for free on social to lucky Kettle fans. The project cost only £15k and we managed to get 16,000 entries and seen by over 7 million in 1 week.
- ECP 'Make All Women Safe'It's legal to be a sex worker in the UK but it's illegal for them to work together. The current UK law puts 70,000 women’s lives at risk by forcing them to work alone. It's time to #makeallwomensafe. Stop it being a crime to work together. Sign ECP's petition for decriminalisation at http://bit.ly/makeallwomensafe The film was directed Charlotte Regan at Knucklehead. Photography by Imogen Forte.
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- Henna Art
- Facebook Advertising
- Social Media Management
- Cultural Projects
- Project Management
Archaeology and AnthropologyUniversity of Bristol
- Bristol, United Kingdom
Dissertation Title - Harmonizing education, career, and marriage aspirations among contemporary British-Asian women with parental expectations and cultural values.