Born and raised in the Philippines, Debbie has extensive sales and marketing experience in tech and higher education across Shanghai, Hong Kong, the U.S.A., and the U.K.
In the last 7 years, Debbie has driven the social media presence of one of the most international schools in the world - establishing a 700+ person strong advocacy program, managing 5k+ community groups, producing 100+ user-generated content pieces a month - on top of exceeding KPIs in engagement and lead conversion.
She recently made an industry jump into the tech B2B world, hoping to do what she enjoys the most: building social strategy from the ground up by leveraging powerful content and in-house advocates.
Debbie Gacutan-Jardim de Oliveira’s Session(s):
The global influencer marketing market size has more than doubled since 2019. In 2021, the market was valued at a record $13.8 billion U.S. dollars. It’s a complex web of content creators with different audience sizes and ways of working. Finding the right influencer and content for your audience can be tricky not to mention the challenge of measuring the impact to your business.
At Hult we created and upskilled a network of 90+ influencer students (and parents!) across 6 global campuses with varied experience of social media and limited knowledge of content creation. In just 1 month our social media audience grew 30%, 200+ new conversations were started with prospective students and 30+ students confirmed their place to study bringing in $1Million of revenue. We did all this with a budget of less than $10K. Over 12 months they would go on to create 4,000+ pieces of content and host 50+ instagram live sessions showcasing Hult at it’s very best through the perspective of its own students.
Through our case study and simple to follow tips, we will show you how to build a network of Advocates to create real business impact regardless of budget size or how advanced your marketing strategies are because you are leveraging your own community of students or employees.
In the session you will learn how to: