Food For Thought: Make a mark with your career with personal branding.

  • 26 Sep 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Karsh Hagan, 685 S Broadway, Denver, CO
  • 11

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Make a mark with your career with personal branding. 

You may be an expert at building a brand voice for your clients, but who’s speaking for your personal brand? Creating a brand isn’t just for your clients it’s for you, too!

Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, stated, “Your brand is what other people say about you when you’re not in the room.” So, start gossiping about your story, because your story is worth telling. It’s the beginning of your brand persona.

Creating your brand can help you land the job of your dreams. Let us share the hidden gems that industry talent recruiters look for when hiring.

At this Food for Thought, a panel of brand experts will share their tips on why creating a personal brand is so important for standing out in our industry. The branding discussion will take a step further, taking on the topic of agency brand: how the agency brand message helps to define the agency culture and can attract like-minded clients and people.

Panelists include:

Patrick Feehery, Chief Creative Officer, Amelie

Ellen Bruss, Creative Director, Ellen Bruss Design

Norm Shearer, Partner, CCO, Cactus

Pocky Marranzino, Co-CEO, Karsh Hagan

Jay Ferracane, Founder & Creative Director, Angry Bovine


For topics you are interested in send ideas to adclubco@gmail.com

Free for Ad Club/Ad2 Denver members.

Hosted by different Denver/Boulder agencies and companies bring your lunch and feed your brain on cutting-edge topics. 
Challenge your thinking. Expand your knowledge. Join the conversation. 

These Sessions can be hosted at your own agency or we can provide a space for you. 

Send topics you would like to see to tonja@adclubdenver.com

Bring your lunch fuel your brain! Seats are limited and go fast (real fast!), so reserve your spaces now.


         

                          


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