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Influence Or Overshare? How To Build a Balanced Personal Brand

An opportunity to learn from expert influencers

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a blogger with a growing following, or are just working your way up the corporate ladder, striking the right balance between your professional and personal life is important. Learn the difference between influencing and oversharing at “Influence or Overshare: How To Nail Your Personal Brand”, a talk by Future Females at Workshop17 in the Waterfront on 26 June 2019.



FUTURE WHO?
Future females is a global community of female entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs that aims to provide an environment where women can connect and access key resources like mentorship, funding and education, to succeed on their chosen path.

Future Females is men-friendly – everyone is welcome to attend their event.



TIPS FROM THE TOP
Listen to talks by business owners like Phillipa McCann, who runs South Africa’s first specialised influencer management agency, People Have Influence. She’ll share tips on how to build a strong personal brand and stories of her experience in the influencer industry.

SIPS AND SNACKS
Guests will be treated to Jonni Gin & Tonic, or a glass of kombucha from Happy Culture, as well as a boost of energy from Zang’s caffeine chocolate bars.


GETTING TICKETS
Standard tickets cost R90pp. Late bird tickets (on sale 19 June 2019) will cost R110pp and can be purchased via Quicket.

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