It’s difficult for me to differentiate between work, travel or play as they all come together. I live and work mostly in Warsaw, Poland, where our indaHash headquarters are, but at the moment I spend around 30% of my time in our different offices around the world.
2. What’s your claim to fame?
I would love to have ‘great singer’ as my claim to fame, but even though I practice (almost every Friday), I need a lot more practice! So my claim to fame is that I have the privilege of working with incredible people, who have allowed us to build an amazing company.
3. Describe your career so far.
My career has been about learning as much as possible, working hard and doing my best to work smart at the same time.
Mediacom and indaHash have launched their first joint campaign in South Africa this month. The campaign, executed on behalf of Revlon, marks the beginning of an exclusive, strategic South African partnership between MediaCom's content division, MediaCom Beyond Advertising (MBA), and indaHash.
As an industry, we learn so much from one another’s success and failures, which opens doors for you to excel in ways you’d never have thought possible.
6. Describe your average workday, if such a thing exists.
A day for me is a constant mix of connection, feedback and strategy.
I tap into the heartbeat of our company differently each hour, from local hallway connects with my teams, to global meetings, to the new ventures we explore with existing and new clients, as well as the constant development of our platform and services.
7. What are the tools of your trade?
My phone! Not only does it put my whole company in the palm of my hand, but it also keeps me connected to clients and people.
I remember when I first started working and the only way you could answer company emails was by sitting in front of a computer in the office. Now you can do this wherever you want!
Other tools that we use to stay connected as a global company include Asana, Workplace, Google Docs and Google Calendar.
It is fully self-service and an easy way for brands to work with influencers, whilst achieving awesome, authentic content that they can use in their campaigns across a variety of platforms.
11. Tell us some of the buzzwords floating around in your industry at the moment, and some of the catchphrases you utter yourself.
Buzzwords would include micro vs. macro vs. celebrity influencers, engagement rate, Influencer-Generated Content (IGC), faux and fake influencers, the list goes on... Even though they are used quite often and can be perceived as buzzwords, they are very needed to define this industry.
I’ve been fortunate in being asked to speak at a number of fantastic marketing and tech conferences, and find myself using buzzwords a lot in providing insight into influencer marketing, a tool that even now, many companies are still being introduced to.
12. Where and when do you have your best ideas?
I have too many ideas and not enough time for all of them! I usually get my best ideas when I am relaxing.
13. What’s your secret talent/party trick?
I can sing the loudest, with the worst voice.
14. Are you a technophobe or a technophile?
Technophile! I believe that the power of agility involves not only embracing technology but also moving with it and helping to drive innovation in a healthy and effective way.
Too often, technophobia harms successful companies, as fear limits them from including solutions that could’ve prevented them from losing relevance amidst their consumers.
15. What would we find if we scrolled through your phone?
I have hundreds of apps, there is an app for everything! Scrolling through my phone you’ll find apps that help to streamline processes, so that I can easily flow into new activities throughout my day, without having to spend time preparing. From effective task management, feedback and communication, to mindfulness and conscious breathing apps.
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