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Network Cork: The Branding of Me
31 March, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The importance of understanding who we are and what we stand for – our Brand Message. Join Network Cork on March 31st to explore ‘The Branding of Me’. Guest speaker Maeve Ahern O’Neill, lecturer and personal branding consultant, will discuss:
- How important it is to understand who we are and what we stand for – our brand message;
- How to empower ourselves with this message;
- And how we can market this message to our customers through personal branding and online platforms.
Whether you are preparing your strategic business plan or developing your online platforms, this advice will also be relevant if putting yourself forward for the Network Ireland Cork Branch annual awards.
MC for the evening is Gillian McGrath from Change, Grow, Succeed who will interview a panel of guests regarding the Awards application and deadline. Awards Judges, Sharon Corcoran, Director of Service for Economic Enterprise & Tourism Development at Cork County Council and Ernest Cantillon, Director at Kinsale Spirit Co will be on hand with advice from the judges’ perspective and Maria Desmond, Enable Ireland, this year’s Awards Coordinator will outline the categories and give up to date feedback on this year’s process.
As with all of our online Zoom events, Network Cork will operate ‘breakout rooms’ so that you can network and mingle in small groups so be sure to introduce yourself and your business and connect via LinkedIn after the event. New guests are always welcome. If you have any questions for our speakers, download the app ‘Slido‘ and enter code #networkcork.
More about the speaker:
Maeve Ahern O’Neill established The Branding of Me in 2015 after the completion of her research on personal branding on social media for her Master’s Degree. Since then, Maeve’s clients have been third-level colleges, multi-national companies, start-up businesses, and individuals. Her vision is to empower the people behind the business with the skills and confidence with their personal brand. Maeve continued with her research into visual-based digital communication and in 2020 became a lecturer of marketing and management in Griffith College Cork.