Entrepreneur and Service Designer (MBA in Service Innovation and Design at Laurea University of Applied Sciences Helsinki), Strategist and Digital Marketing Consultant.
Passionate about new technologies, education, service design, sustainable services, and service digitization. Partner and trainer of Digital Marketing Institute (Certified Diploma in Digital Marketing). Service Design Master accredited by international Service Design Network. Her portfolio includes over 8,000 hours of training. Lecturer at Polish universities. After years of entrepreneurship, Kate now focuses on designing sustainable services, such as Rebread (one of my companies).
So far, Kate developed and implemented over 80 comprehensive service and marketing strategies for the largest brands on the Polish market. For over 11 years she has been building and promoting the market presence of companies from various industries. Supports international agencies as a consultant for the implementation of products and services, introducing new brands to the Polish market. Teaches service design methodologies at workshops & in co-creation of business strategies, and conducts digitization trainings.
Co-founder, co-owner of Socjomania – the largest Polish consulting company, sharing passion for digital innovation and digitization of services (training, workshops, strategy, digital marketing consulting). Her training and strategy portfolio includes brands such as Turner Broadcasting System (Cartoon Network), COTY, Orange, Ringier Axel Springer, HPE, Continental, T-mobile, VELUX, IBM, Fujitsu, REC Global, Raben Group, Santander Consumer Bank, BZWBK, Bank BGŻ, DNB Bank, JLL, publishing houses Znak, Tygodnik Polityka, Fashion Week Poland, WOŚP, National Forests; public institutions, such as Polish Ministry of Economy, Polish Post, PKP Cargo; and many more. Also worked with embassies: Trade Department Israel Embassy in Poland and Embassy of Canada.
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The process of designing services in the spirit of Service Design is a creative undertaking. This does not mean, however, that it is based on our assumptions or assumptions. To develop services at a level that will satisfy more and more demanding customers, we use many tools, including: