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Without knowing it, every day you are cultivating your own brand.
Last month Anne-Marie Charrett talked to us about the importance of building a great reputation as the foundation for your personal brand. At Canva, we give you the power to design how that brand is seen by the world. Join us for talks from some of the women who work at Canva about their career journeys, as well as tips on how to develop your own personal brand imagery.
Lighting talks from:
Melanie is CEO and co-founder at Canva. She co-founded Fusion Books, an online design system for school yearbooks when she was 19 years old and has been working working to enable people to communicate visually ever since. Find her on Twitter @MelanieCanva.
Anna heads up editorial at Canva. With a background in journalism, she has a propensity to gravitate towards all forms of storytelling; whether it be books, digital publishing or the arts. She's happiest working with talented writers and constantly learning, exploring and discovering. Say hello on Twitter @AnnaIsabella92.
Hannah heads up business and education partnerships at Canva. She loves building communities and believes Canva can really change the way the world communicates. Once upon a time, she managed a record label and after getting bored with that, worked for startups like Pandora Radio and Dropbox, where she helped them set up shop in rainy Dublin, Ireland. Needless to say, she prefers the much warmer and much sunnier Sydney.
Then, to run you through the steps to designing your personal brand:
Poppie Pack is Canva's Senior Graphic Designer. From New Zealand originally, she's been in Sydney for just over two years, a majority of that spent at Canva. Whether it's through design tips or webinars, Poppie's main passion is to help people find their feet using Canva and to explore their creativity. Follow her on Twitter @poppiepack.
2 Lacey Street, Surry Hills.
Look for the giant fish painted on the building!
Tuesday, 28th July
6pm arrival for a 6.30 start
As with most of our recent events, Girl Geek Sydney are expecting this event to sell out very quickly! If you don't register in time, you will be placed on a waitlist. IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND, we ask that you do the right thing and cancel your ticket so that another Girl Geek can take your place. No-shows run the threat of being placed on our banned list so you have been warned.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Our events serve alcohol so minimum age is 18 unless negotiated prior.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
If you are male and wish to attend this event you must bring a female with you or be brought by a female. NO FEMALE, NO ENTRY! (Sorry Guys! We need to keep the numbers balanced!) And ladies, one date only please!
When & Where
Girl Geek Sydney
Girl Geeks Sydney is a community offering support, networking and mentorship to women involved in technology and the web.