The Power of Personal Branding
November 7, 2019
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Building a personal brand, whether for yourself or your colleagues, can feel like a daunting task. Join us for a panel with designers and branding experts to discuss how to incorporate best practices and new resources into your personal and corporate branding strategies.
Corey is a designer and illustrator whose sense of humor often influences his work. After graduating from Philadelphia University in 2013, he worked at a small advertising agency for 4.5 years before going out on his own in September of 2017. Since then, he’s been designing and drawing non-stop for clients such as The Athletic, City Fitness, goPuff, Hello Donuts, Spotify, Stolen Sun Brewing & Roasting and Villanova School of Business.
Sean is currently working as the Talent Manager of the Tech & Marketing Division at Juno Search Partners, a boutique, women-owned search firm in Center City. Sean’s journey into recruiting took a number of twists and turns. Having studied elementary education, worked as an educator in NYC, run a non-profit summer camp in the Poconos, Sean’s background did not necessarily scream, “I am a recruiter!” Communicating/branding his story, values and skill set was a challenge to say the least when breaking into the industry. However, just like how he ran his third-grade classroom, Sean remained focused on relationship building to lead him through his career changes.
(Juno Search Partners) Director, Sales & Operations
Born and raised on potatoes and Guinness in Dublin, Ireland, Dylan earned his degree from Dublin Business School, started working in the finance industry, and became a spreadsheet wizard. He met a persuasive American girl at a pub in Dublin City Centre and well, long story short, now she is his wife. They found their home together in Philly and filled it with Irish pride and a little rescue pup named Larry David. He’s hoping their next dog will not be named Jerry Seinfeld. Dylan joined Juno in 2017 and was promoted to Director of Sales and Operations in January 2019. When not playing shuffleboard, Dylan spends his day jumping from reviewing legal contracts, to crunching numbers for proposals, to analyzing the results of their marketing campaigns and everything in-between.
Special Student Rate $10
*Lunch will be provided.
McCormick Taylor | 1818 Market Street, 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Cancellations made two weeks prior to the event will be fully refunded, minus a $10 processing fee. Due to SMPS Philadelphia’s commitment with vendors, all cancellations after that time and no-shows will be ineligible for a refund, though a registrant may substitute for another event at no charge up until 24 hours prior to the event.