Breakfast: Personal Branding in an Uncertain World
October 30, 2008: 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM
The European Private Equity and Investment Banking Roundtable and UK Alumni Club are proud to invite you to a new business breakfast. Our guest is Louise Mowbray, one of the most sought after advisers on personal branding. Louise will entertain us and address the topic “Personal branding in an uncertain world: why it matters, how it works and how we can turn it to our advantage”.
Chicago GSB Europe Campus
Woolgate Exchange, 25 Basinghall St
London, United Kingdom
As usual, we kindly ask you to pre-register in due time as seats are limited and sell quickly. Please limit the number of tickets you purchase so to give opportunity to others to attend as well. Also make any effort to join the GSB campus by 7.45am as we'll start right away in order to be done by 9am.
Louise Mowbray (Speaker)
Louise’s unique background and tailor-made approach to personal branding is based on 17 years’ experience in the executive-search, luxury-lifestyle, finance and technology sectors. Today, her clients work across a wide spectrum of industries – including business leaders, politicians and celebrities as well as those in sport and the creative industries. Louise is an experienced performer in the media, having been interviewed by the Financial Times, The Independent and The Times and having made regular appearances on Radio 5 live with Simon Mayo, the BBC London Late Show with Jumoké Fashola and NewsTalk with Sean Moncrieff.
Paolo Guida, '06 (EXP-11)
In an environment with an oversupply of capital to be put at work and many talents chasing few opportunities, understanding and mastering the concept of personal reputation and perception in the workplace and the market is the best weapon to stand out and create a competitive advantage.
This will be a great opportunity to fully appreciate the different nuances of personal branding and to ask the most direct questions on how to use it to our advantage. For the interested ones, the breakfast may also represent a first point of contact to seek personal advice.