Why Personal Branding is necessary for entrepreneurs and employees
Entrepreneurs dive-in fully on their business from day one – and whether you have co-founders or are a solopreneur, your personal brand gets put on the back burner immediately.
However, a big part of your startup’s success (other than product-market fit, given that there is need and you’re solving a problem) is the people behind the brand.
You may launch several startups, enter some joint ventures, or even sell or close-up shop – and you need a personal brand that remains during and after the often complex entrepreneurial journey.
Even famous founders, who are often promoted and glorified, are successful independently – outside of their main startup/company brand. Although Bill Gates will always be affiliated with Microsoft, he has a separate life with his Foundation, and a strong Personal Brand with a life of its own – GatesNotes.com for example.
I’ve had the opportunity to work with countless companies and nonprofits of all sizes; but I always love supporting individuals and helping people live out their potential (and properly showcase it).
Start with us before August 10 and receive a Free Ticket to DYPB: Canada’s largest Personal Branding Conference which takes place in Toronto. (The package will also be available post-conference, at the same price minus the ticket).
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Get started by contacting my team at firstname.lastname@example.org or even call us at 416–639–6228.