"From plug-in's to automation, springboks, to sushi, Lauren's a joy to work with. She's incredibly talented and diligent when it comes to unpicking challenges and finding innovative solutions to take our marketing to the next level" — Danielle Le Toullec
Lauren grew up in Cape Town, South Africa before traveling to Thailand after her studies to teach English for a year. She arrived in the UK in 2019 and worked her way up the marketing department at an M&A firm before joining True. Lauren is excited to assist in building the True brand and developing marketing strategies that drive business growth.
For many reasons, one being that True has a really unique business model in that it specialises in both investment and innovation, each beneficial to the other. Another reason being that True focuses on consumer, retail & tech, which are interesting, exciting and relatable sectors. True's brand and culture also really stood out for me and as a marketer, I think branding is key. I love the world of entrepreneurship and when it's coupled with a sense of purpose, it makes you truly excited about contributing to the growth of a business.
I create content and experiences that make people want to use a service or buy a product.
I love that I am around people that are constantly innovating to reshape the consumer industry. I love that I play a part in getting the True name out there so that we can continually attract the best businesses in this space. To be honest, I can't think of anything I don't enjoy.
Generative AI – it has the potential to revolutionise most industries and is an extremely useful tool.
My parents – they have always been my biggest supporters and I wouldn’t be where I am today without their guidance. I have also met some inspiring people along the way that have all had a role in shaping my career trajectory.
Lauren’s expertise at True:
Lauren is involved in all aspects of the Marketing mix, with a special focus on user journey customisation & automation, content creation & brand design, social media management, email marketing, CRM, and business development.
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