What's Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption is a groundbreaking original book that includes dozens of stories of how entrepreneurs and businesses are innovating in the space of Collaborative Consumption.
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“Rachel was a brilliant speaker at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. She captured imaginations when speaking about how collaborative technologies are reshaping our relationships and reinventing the world around us in life-changing ways.” — Clinton Global Initiative
“Rachel is one of a very rare bread of presenters with the ability to simultaneously awe a room into silence, super charge them and call forth a powerful drive towards innovative thinking. She has grace and strength in her delivery and intelligence and candor in her content and the gift to inspire all generations in her positioning...” — LJ Hooker, Cecille Weldon, Head of Knowledge Management & Sustainability
Rachel was named by Monocle as one of the top 20 speakers in the world to have at your conference. She is a dynamic and entertaining speaker known for her ability to inspire audience with cutting edge examples from around the world to present a clear picture on the opportunities that lie ahead.
She has presented to a wide range of audiences across the private and public sector including: Microsoft, Google, No. 10 Downing Street, TED, Harvard University, Clinton Global Initiative and HP. Clients describe her as a powerful catalyst for sparking debate and innovation.
For speaking topics and contact information to have Rachel speak at your event see here.
Technology / Collaboration and Sharing / P2P & Social Networks/ Innovation / Brand & Marketing/ Design / Sustainability / Future Trends / Reputation & Trust / Post-Consumerism/ Community /
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– The Great Disruption Publishing, music, retail and travel have all been revolutionized by digital technologies. Who's next in line? In this big-picture speech, Rachel explains the need and radical opportunity for industries, from education to finance to manufacturing, to reinvent their business model over the next decade to get ahead of the next great disruption. Participants will be inspired by examples of start-ups from all around the world that are challenging the status quo, and will gain an insight into how corporate giants are transforming their businesses to adapt and stay relevant in an age of unprecedented change.
– 20/20 Vision: Technology, Business and Society in the 21st CenturyIn a world where game-changing technologies are evolving at a staggering rate, how do you figure out what's coming next? Rachel will explore five technology and innovation super trends that will transform how we live, work and play in ways that will powerfully shape our future. Using cutting-edge examples, she will bring to life how people's relationship to their jobs, money, data, community and material possession will be radically transformed over the next decade and what your organization should be thinking about now to get ahead of these shifts. (Please note: Rachel can select the five areas that are best suited for your audience.)
– Collaborative Consumption: A Game-Changing Opportunity Rachel explains why hot start-ups to governments to Fortune 500 giants are embracing the Collaborative Consumption economy, named by TIME as one of the '10 Ideas That Will Change the World'. She will explain why consumer behaviors are shifting to a world where we value access over ownership, experiences over more stuff, and how this rising culture and economy will transform how we live, work, create and consume. (Please note this speech can be tailored to a corporate or public sector audience)
–Brand 'We' Rachel explores the big question on businesses minds these days - how are social brands built, managed and spread? She uses a range of global examples from hot start-ups to Fortune 500 stalwarts to explain why collaboration, creativity and community are the new brand loyalty. Her story-based approach across bring to life different ways to integrate the latest digital tools into a strategy in ways that create genuine value out of the power of online collaboration.
– Welcome to the Reputation Revolution In this presentation, Rachel reveals why we are heading towards an economy where reputation will become a cornerstone of the 21st century, a currency more powerful than our traditional credit history. She explains why reputation is critical in marketplaces built on trust and how different sectors are starting to use reputation data in ways that are immediately relevant to both our personal lives and business.
If you are interested in having Rachel speak at an event in Australia, New Zealand or Asia, please contact:
Trish Stafford at Saxton
Call +61 2 8968 6650
If you are interested in having Rachel speak at an event in Europe or the US, please contact:
Barbara de Lacy at JLA
Call +44 (0)20 7907 2800
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