How To Approach Online Marketplaces And Stand Out

How To Approach Online Marketplaces And Stand Out

Caroline Henne Thursday, 1 February 2018

Caroline Henne is Chief Marketing Officer Wolf & Badger. Her career started in large luxury brands and Google. She has incredible experience working with large luxury advertisers, including Rolex, and LVMH group to name a few. Her heart, however, was always in smaller, luxury brands; the story behind those companies and directly supporting those brands.

Wolf & Badger believes they sell the worlds best - unique, independent and ethical brands. Unique, independent and ethical is the absolute priority for them. They have two stores in London and one in New York with sales predominantly online.  They sell womenswear, menswear, childrenswear. They love to work with smaller brands as they embrace independent, ethical brands.

In this Lesson you will learn:

  • How to apply to Wolf & Badger
  • How much it costs
  • How the process works
  • Who is a typical Wolf & Badger customer
  • Marketing strategy
  • Using Social Media

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    With a bricks and mortar, Kate offers the unique perspective of how consumers behave and respond to pieces in a physical setting; these are the moments when a passer-by can be distracted by the sheer beauty of a garment in a shop window, and a lifelong appreciation for that brand can blossom. But how does Kate know which brands will work? And how do you become one of those brands in the window... watch to learn!