The Power of your Personal Brand


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place Online
event Tuesday 24th January | 4pm-5pm
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Event Overview

Your personal brand is what distinguishes you and your business from another.

It is how you present yourself and your business to the world. It makes you unique, enabling you to stand out from the crowd and attract the right kind of people, opportunities, and adventures!

Taking time out to get clear about what makes you and your brand special, what’s important and what you have to offer is vital in growing your presence, increasing your visibility, and being able to communicate the value you add in an effective way.


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Generation Next will explore…

  • Why creating a strong personal brand is important for both you and your business
  • Three steps to defining your own personal brand
  • How to develop and grow, to become the ‘go-to’ brand in your industry
  • The most effective tools to communicate and grow your brand online and offline

Guest speaker

Lucy Rennie

Founder of LR Comms

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Lucy Rennie

Founder of LR Comms

Lucy Rennie is a communications and marketing expert, business strategist and a no 1 best-selling author, with over 25 years’ experience working in international business.

Lucy launched her own business, LR Comms in 2015, and enjoys advising, coaching, and mentoring business owners, and their teams to develop strategies for consistent growth, building trust and attracting more of the right kind of people to their business and brands.

A huge champion for small business, and a massive believer in the fact that people do business with people, Lucy Rennie is on a mission to share her love for small business and to help you to harness the power of connection and goodwill, to reap the benefits of what she refers to as the “TripAdvisor effect.


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