Gabrielle Hase has worked closely with leading brands including Hobbs, Sweaty Betty, Arcadia,The White Company and Moonpig to accelerate their global ecommerce businesses, and currently sits on the Boards of retail technology businesses, Planks Skiwear and Tate Enterprises. Gabrielle has an astute understanding of the way in which retailers, technology and high-achieving teams work in the digital world and brings a unique perspective to any event.
Gabrielle Hase is a London-based digital commerce strategy consultant. An experienced and innovative entrepreneur, Gabrielle has broad experience in all aspects of eCommerce, direct marketing and strategic brand management. Since moving from the US fourteen years ago, Gabrielle set up Soleberry Advisory and has worked with leading consumer brands on building their online presence and increasing market share.
Gabrielle’s achievements include managing leading leisure brand Sweaty Betty’s global eCommerce business; accelerating Hobbs’ domestic and international online sales and launching TKMaxx.com, which opened an entirely new route to market for the European retailer. Some of Gabrielle’s other clients include The School of Life, McArthurGlen luxury outlets, Arcadia and The White Company.
Gabrielle is in demand as a keynote speaker, moderator and as a conference chair. Recent conferences include Good Growth Summit, Ecommerce Futures, Retail Bulletin and Ecommerce UK. Gabrielle also mentors startups in leading London incubators.
Gabrielle is a Non-Executive Director for two retail technology businesses which sit at the heart of the multi-channel customer journey. Combined with her operational experience working with retail brands, these roles offer Gabrielle a unique perspective on what the customer needs today and how their demands are changing the way retailers and brands compete in the market. She also sits on the Board of Tate Enterprises, the commercial arm of Tate Galleries, where her experience helps the cultural institution reach new and different audiences via its online presence.
Gabrielle has also received an MBA from The Wharton School of Business.