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Knotch & MikMak Present: Content & Commerce Roundtable
Your favorite dynamic duo is back with Knotch & MikMak’s latest roundtable! Join us online on Thursday, February 25th at 4pm ET as we discuss how companies across all industries are using content as a key driver in their commerce strategies. Together, hosts Anda Gansca (CEO at Knotch) and Rachel Tipograph (CEO at MikMak) will chat with panelists from Colgate Palmolive, Monster Energy, Campbell’s, Bose and more about all things content and commerce.

Panelists include:
- Julie Huang, U.S. Head of Content at Alibaba Group
- Marissa Cucuru, Head of Global Media at Bose
- Diana Haussling, VP of eCommerce & Omni Shopper Marketing at Campbell’s
- Mindel Klein, General Manager of Integrated Marketing Communications for North America at Colgate-Palmolive
- Kyle Maurer, VP of Global Digital Marketing at Monster Energy

Feb 25, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Anda Gansca
Co-founder & CEO @Knotch
Anda Gansca is the Co-Founder and CEO of Knotch, a content intelligence platform enabling companies like Amazon, Facebook, Walmart, Bank of America, Salesforce and others to plan for breakthrough content, as well as measure and optimize it across channels. A regular thought leadership contributor to the trade media and industry at-large, Anda has been named to both Forbes’ and Inc.’s annual 30-Under-30 lists, AdWeek's Young Influential List, Campaign’s Female Frontiers List, and AdWeek's Top 100 Creatives, to name a few.
Rachel Tipograph
Founder & CEO @MikMak
Rachel Tipograph is the Founder and CEO of MikMak, an enterprise marketing eCommerce platform helping brands better understand consumers by connecting digital investments to online retailer insights. She has been recognized as a leading innovator across the globe, including Forbes' “30 under 30 Who Are Changing The World”, Marie Claire's "50 Most Influential Women in America," and Fast Company's "Most Creative People in Business."