793: The Startup Story of the Ex-Googler Reinventing the Photography Market
Catalog is a platform that helps digitally native businesses produce branded content at scale to supercharge their online presence. They provide businesses with all the content they need by modernizing the production process with new technology, while aligning with the brand’s creative input, and at a fraction of the time.
The company has been used by National Geographic, Sony Music and 200+ other businesses. Patrick Ip is a digital pioneer, entrepreneur, and Co-Founder of Catalog. But he also has an inspiring backstory. Patrick was at Google serving as a Business Innovation Lead focused on business strategy & social good.
Within social good, Patrick is part of the Google for Nonprofits Marketing Team & the Billion Acts Team, where he works with 13 Nobel Laureates to achieve 1 Billion Acts by 2019. The initiative has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize seven times. Patrick started Kip Solutions, a social media consulting firm for social causes, which was acquired in February 2013 by New York-based firm Post+Beam. Patrick Ip has been featured on Forbes, Inc. Magazine, ABC, CBS, Star News Australia, and many others.
Patrick’s start-up, Kip Solutions has been recognized as one of the Top 50 Most Innovative College Student-Run Companies by the Kairos Society and Inc. Magazine’s Coolest College Start-ups 2012.
I also wanted to find out more about his awards which include being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize (2015, 2016), Google’s Platinum Award (the highest honor for an employee at Google), Presidents Volunteer Service Award, Jefferson Award for “Outstanding Service for an American 25 and under”
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