Isn’t it a bit strange that the outline of mouse ears, the sketch of a fruit, or a large fluffy pink mustache hanging on the front of a car can create a meaningful connection? Brands have evolved from simple logos representing a product or service to tangible characteristics. Some of the strongest brands even represent bigger ideas like credibility, fun, or an experience. The strongest brands go as far as creating a sentiment of humanization or even acting as an extension of your lifestyle. These days, everyone and everything has a brand. What does your personal brand say about you?
It’s a new year, so let’s freshen up your personal brand to help you land a job, advance your career, or showcase your value to potential clients and employers. Join us for a night of stories and insights, as experts help you showcase the person that is behind the words on your resume and develop your personal brand for success.
Nidhal Charfi, Sales Consultant, SaaS & Social Media, LinkedIn
Adelia Duarte, Technical Recruiting Manager, LivingSocial
Bill Stokes, Chairman, Washington Network Group
Michael Steelman, Director of Alumni Career Services, George Washington University
Patrick Wixted, VP, Ketchum Sports & Entertainment
Joe Sprott, Digital Media Strategist,nclud
Light refreshments and networking start at 6:30pm, followed by a panel discussion.
When: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 // 6:30pm-8:30pm
Where: The George Washington University's Marvin Center Amphitheater
Cloyd Heck Marvin Center at 800 21st St. NW, 3rd floor, Washington, DC 20052
Metro: Foggy Bottom (Blue//Orange)
Cost: DC Ad Club Member: Free // Non-Member: $15 // Students: $0 // Non-Member, onsite: $20