Posted Thursday 3 December 2015
Kingston Business School alumnus Nick Farnhill kicked off the 2015/16 Upgrade series on Wednesday 14 October, with a masterclass on personal branding.
More than 60 alumni, students, staff, entrepreneurs and industry professionals attended the masterclass, which took place at the Kingston Hill Business School.
Nick, who graduated with a BSc9Hons) in Business Information Technology in 1995, is a founding partner and CEO of POKE, a creative 'practice' focused on delivering original and effective interactive communications. POKE's clients include EE, Ted Baker, Google, Virgin, UBS, Mulberry and BBC.
In 2015, Nick was awarded with a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to the industry.
Nick used his personal experiences, including his successes and failures, to present his ideas on how to build a successful personal and business brand. We hope you came away feeling inspired, and look forward to seeing you at the coming Upgrade events in the new year.
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