Social innovator Rachel Botsman charts the growth of a movement that is transforming the way we consume and contribute.
Rachel Botsman is a social innovator who writes, consults, and speaks on the power of collaboration and sharing through current and emerging network technologies network technologies, and on how it will transform business, consumerism and the way we live.
She has presented at high profile events including NESTA, The Clinton Global Initiative, TEDx, GOOGLE, No.10 Downing Street and Microsoft and is a regular contributor to the Australian Financial Review on topics related to technology and innovation.
She received her BFA (Honors) from the University of Oxford, and undertook her postgraduate studies at Harvard University. She has consulted to Fortune 500 companies and leading non-profit organizations around the world on brand and innovation strategy, and was a former director at the William J. Clinton Foundation.
Rachel is currently the founder of CCLab, an innovation incubator that works with start-ups, big businesses and local governments to deliver innovative solutions based on the ideas of Collaborative Consumption.