Award-winning entrepreneur

Board member

Mentor

Advisor

Advocate

Marketer

 

Emily Foucault is the Founder and CEO of ThinkHatch, a business that provides Fractional business services and builds diverse strategies for StartUps that are ready to make an impact on the world. She is the marketing communications board member for the Response Marketing Association of Canada.  

 

Emily is a well-rounded marketer with over a decade of experience at some of the largest global marketing, media and strategic agencies (MediaCom, Hill+Knowlton and Rosetta Interactive). She provides a service where her marketing expertise meets her love of working with entrepreneurs.

 

Emily knows that every business has a story to tell and she takes that story and translates it into a strategic plan that converts results. She believes you can’t look from outside the box when you’re in the box, so she gives the outside perspective that every business with a dream and a vision needs. Clients recognize that Emily genuinely wants their business to succeed and she works tirelessly to make it happen.

In her commitment to giving back to the community, she is a SheEO Activator to help fund, support and celebrate women entrepreneurs, a supporter of CAMH (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) and founded the charity campaign #HelpOurPetsTO.  She is proud to be a mentor for the Tease Tea Founders Fund and a judge for The Canada Innovation & Entrepreneurship Awards (also known as the CANIE Awards). 

Emily is a contributor to publications and a keynote speaker and panellist at events. She has been recognized for her achievements with an Honorary Award for 2018 Female Entrepreneur of the Year, Startup Canada, a 2018 Finalist for the Notable Life Woman Award and a 2018, 2019 and 2020 RBC Women of Influence Nominee.

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Emily has an engaging personality and a story to tell. Are you ready for a speaker who is real about her struggles with mental health, her journey to wellness, her venture into her own business and what she learned along the way? She loves sharing her experiences and seeing the spark in others as they realize “I can relate!”

 

Her current topics are:

Go-To-Market Strategies for Startups

Telling and Selling a Story

Corporate Culture in the Marketing World

A Journey to Wellness

 

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