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Nim Haas – UK

Nim Haas

Female Wave of Change welcomes Nim Haas as Ambassador in the UK

 

Female Wave of Change is really excited to introduce to you Nim Haas as Female Wave of Change Ambassador in the UK. Nim will work closely with Sarah Mills who is also a UK Ambassador and Josefina Bon, our FWoC Wavemaker.
 

Career

Nim is a hybrid marketer, being able to walk the talk, in defining 360 integrated through-the-line marketing and communication strategies, execute these and implement tactics across BTL and ATL, from digital marketing, social media, events, content marketing, direct marketing, thought leadership and PR.
 

Fintech 

Truly passionate about technology and how we can leverage it in improving people’s lives wherever they are and whatever the industry. She has always had a keen interest in fintech and paytech and co-founded the first e-loan aggregator platform Credit-on-Line in France in 1998, which is today one of the largest e-loan platforms in France.
 

Positive Change

She believes we should use our experience, knowledge and skills in helping other people, companies and brands grow and in finding their voice and purpose. It’s about making positive change in all its forms. She usually spends her free time advocating for diversity in tech/Fintech or mentoring young individuals and helping startups on a pro-bono basis in their marketing, branding and communication strategies. She tends to think we can only exist, learn and grow as individuals by giving back and helping others.
 
Grateful and humbled to have been recognised by Holmes Report, Top 25 Innovator for EMEA for Marketing and Communication, and Innovate Finance, Standout 35, Women In Fintech Powerlist 2018.

Female Wave of Change

“I’m honoured to become UK Ambassador for FWoC that are enabling to empower women across borders. It’s with organisations such as FWoC and through their initiatives and strong network of global Ambassadors all coming together with one common goal of making positive changes to further support inclusion and diversity across our society.”
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