I’m Hannah Wrathall, the founder of Wrapp Consulting.
I’ve honed my skills in communications thanks to working at top agencies, for leading brands in tech and health and wellbeing, including Microsoft, P&G, Philips and Signify. But, I now use my expertise to focus on telling an authentic story of womanhood.
Through my own experience of pregnancy, birth and motherhood, I’ve seen how misconstrued these milestones are and how misrepresented women continue to be.
Women deserve to be better understood, for their diversity to be celebrated and to have solutions that genuinely work for them at all stages in their lives.
This is why I champion the Femtech sector and why I specialise in women’s health. I want to help innovators change the way women are treated and heard.
Let’s work to together to transform the future for all women and girls.
What others say about me
“Hannah has been a real pleasure to work with. Always happy to help and make suggestions to benefit our project. Would definitely recommend working with her.”Lisa Leach, Project Lead, Scoute, digital health startup
“I’ve worked with Hannah for a number of years on global integrated marketing and communication projects. I have no hesitation in recommending Hannah. She provides strong counsel, and has the rare combination of creativity, strategic thinking, and commercial awareness”Daniel Bausor, former UK & Ireland Integrated Marketing & Customer Advocacy, Signify and author of The Customer Catalyst
“It has been a pleasure working with Hannah to develop written content for LinkedIn for senior executives at Bayer Consumer Health and Merck UK & ROI. She went from a standing start to developing copy in a very short space of time, clearly understanding and responding well to the brief. I was impressed that she managed to juggle both briefs (in two very different areas) simultaneously and produce excellent content that required minimal input from me. Hannah also managed me very well – proactively updating me on timelines and deliverables – much appreciated in a very busy time.”Laura Chambers, senior consultant, Mearns and Pike