Vicsport Professionals Network Event - Build Your Personal Brand Session
We’re excited to announce the next free Vicsport Professionals Network (VPN) member only event!
How much thought have you put into your personal brand and how you’re perceived in the market place?
Our social lives and careers are becoming increasingly accessible in the public domain, therefore the importance of having a strong and professional image is vital.
This session's focus will be on building and strengthening your personal brand including your online profiles and how to market yourself. The session will include a panel of 3 experts from a variety of backgrounds and will be followed by a Q & A with the panellists.
The theory of six degrees of separation is particularly evident in the sports industry, so how you sell yourself, particularly to potential employers, is even more important.
When: Wednesday 28 October, 2015
Where: La Trobe City Campus, 360 Collins Street, Melbourne
Time: 5.30pm to 7.30pm
Cost: Free for Vicsport Professionals Network members
To register for the event click here
Note: This is an exclusive Vicsport Professionals Network members' event. If you're an individual working in the sport industry, join now as a VPN Member to secure a spot at this event and start enjoying the many other benefits of becoming a member. To find out more or to join, click here or call Vicsport on 9926 1376.
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