Since entering the digital age, it has become increasingly challenging and critical for executives and professionals-in-transition to establish a distinctive brand story and digital presence. Join personal branding and career consulting specialist, Keith Grafman for a presentation on best practices to develop a consistent narrative across your personal and professional channels, addressing key considerations and challenges such as:
BIO: Keith Grafman is Co-Founder of Creative Content Consulting and a published author of The Art Of Instant Message in which he explains his theory developed around the importance of having a digital footprint that is relevant, distinctive, and consistent. Thanks to over fifteen years of experience in navigating sales and business development across multiple industries, working with clients in retail, financial services, medical and healthcare, emerging technology, and entertainment industry landscape, Keith is an expert in advertising sales, content marketing, and brand promotion.
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