Personal Branding for Executives

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Name: Personal Branding for Executives
Date: September 27, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT
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Event Description:

Personal Branding for Executives


"5 Social Media Strategies to Design Your Personal Brand"
What do Paula Deen, Shia LeBouf, Martha Stewart and Snoop-Dog have in common? They all have strong and differentiating personal brands. Whether you are an entrepreneur, executive, business owner or senior leader in an organization, who you are matters as much as how you communicate it! 
Now more than ever it is important to get your voice heard and establish your reputation on and off-line. Learn the tips and tricks for building your personal brand from the expert that taught several C-Suite executives, business leaders and Ryan Seacrest! Dorothéa Bozicolona-Volpe, Principal of Social Espionage has helped people in the advertising and creative industries get KNOWN!

Our Speaker

Dorothéa Bozicolona-Volpe, Principal and Founder, Social Espionage
Dorothéa Bozicolona-Volpe was born in New York City to French and Italian parents. Her Father’s passing caused her family to move to Europe where she became somewhat of a nomad. She has lived in Italy, France, Germany, Japan, Sweden, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Dorothéa is a strategic digital marketing executive who is fluent in 4 languages and specializes in developing business through digital, influencer and social media marketing for the world’s most memorable brands. Dorothéa teaches marketers and business leaders how to increase value and develop strong relationships between brands and fans.

Additionally, Dorothéa has appeared as a social media strategy subject matter expert on CBS and CNN.
Follow Dorothea on Twitter & Instagram @socialespionage

1230 Peachtree St NW #3100,
Atlanta, GA 30309

Date/Time Information:

Thursday, September 27th 2018 
6PM to 8PM

Free for Members

$25 for Non-Members
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