Jennifer Quigley-Jones is the CEO & Founder of Digital Voices, an award-winning global Influencer Marketing agency. They help brands drive global customer acquisition at scale through partnerships with content creators. Digital Voices has grown rapidly, with offices in both the USA and UK, and clients including DoorDash, Unilever, Meta, Dungeons and Dragons, and Adobe.
She has appeared on Sky News, BBC News and Channel 4, and been featured in Forbes, WIRED, and The Express. Alongside media appearances, Jennifer speaks at international conferences, trains Fortune 500 companies and has spoken at YouTube, Social Media Week and the Digital Leadership Forum.
Started by herself aged 26, with just a £500 personal investment, Digital Voices has grown to an international team of over 55 people with over seven figures in revenue. Digital Voices works with clients across many sectors including tech, travel, gaming, B2B and household brands. Jenny believes in harnessing the power of creators to engage communities and make content that your customers want to watch, not ads they want to skip.
Before founding Digital Voices, Jennifer Quigley-Jones worked at YouTube. Whilst at Google, Jenny taught UK creators and brands to grow organically – without spending money on advertising. The role involved data analysis to strategically advise brands on video – at the cutting edge of media and advertising. She advised over 500 partners on online strategy from a variety of industries – including The Economist, to UNHCR, to music labels to gamers.
Prior to YouTube, she completed her Master’s at Harvard University in Middle Eastern Studies, on a generous full scholarship from the Kennedy Memorial Trust. Whilst there, she specialised in the Syrian crisis and worked with many non-profits and social enterprises, including the International Committee of the Red Cross and the United Nations.
How brands can harness the power of content creators to build trust of their target customers, create brand love and drive sales.
TikTok, Instagram, YouTube are the platforms that enabled the creator economy to grow. But what is the future of online creators, will they run their own media empires and brands? How does NFTs and the token economy fit in?
Jennifer is happy to speak on her entrepreneurial journey and the ingredients to finding confidence and starting a successful global business, independently and without investment.
Digital Voices are experts in building diverse and inclusive marketing campaigns. But beyond marketing, do you build a diverse and inclusive company?
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