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Your Personal Brand and Networking: Build your creditability and relationships

Join ACS and Lucy Lin as we share strategies to advocate your personal brand.

Event Start: Wed 22 Nov 05:30 PM AEDT
Event Finish: Wed 22 Nov 07:30 PM AEDT

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<span style="font-size: 11.0pt;"><span><span>New graduates and early professionals often find themselves in search of professional support and career advice. Online is a good source of info but what really works to make you stand out from the crowd so that you can </span></span><span><span>accelerate your technology career.</span></span></span> <p>Join ACS Emerging Professional Committee as we host a listen and learn with <strong>Lucy Lin, Founder / Chief Marketing Officer - Innovation &amp; Technology Marketing</strong>, as she shares her top-tips and strategies with a number of interactive activities, to support and advocate your personal brand.<br><br>Be ready for Lucy to guide and polish your personal brand and networking skills on;</p> <ul><li>Answering confidently the typical 1st interview question “Tell me about yourself?”</li><li>Identifying and demonstrating your values, qualities, and achievements</li><li>How to handle conversations with senior managers and leaders</li><li>Toolkits for handling small-talk, coffee chats, and networking</li></ul> <p>ACS NSW guest speaker Lucy Lin is a leader in global emerging tech marketing, with a wealth of marketing experience across major corporations, and was recently a lead panelist at the inaugural SXSW Sydney on the topic of AI &amp; Storytelling.</p> <p> <strong>Agenda</strong></p> <ul><li><em>5:30pm-5:55pm - Registration, networking &amp; refreshments</em></li><li><em>6pm - Welcome &amp; introductions</em></li><li><em>6:05pm - Keynote presentation with activities (including Q&amp;A)</em></li><li><em>7:05pm - Networking &amp; refreshments</em></li><li><em>7.30pm - Event concludes</em></li></ul>

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Lucy Lin

Lucy Lin

Lucy Lin is a leader in global emerging tech marketing. She advises fast-growing tech businesses and startups and has been instrumental in raising over $60 million in funding and building highly engaged communities.

Lucy has over 20 years of working experience in corporations (American Express, Qantas Airways, AMP), is the Founder & CMO of a marketing advisory business (Forestlyn.com) and is currently the Entrepreneur In Residence for the Women & Multicultural Program at Western Sydney University. Lucy is a global citizen, having lived and worked in Australia, Canada, Japan, Taiwan and the UK, and holds a Master of Commerce (majoring in Marketing and Strategic Management) and Communications undergrad degrees.

A strong advocate for women in technology, she is the Vice Chair of the Australian Computer Society’s NSW Branch Executive Committee and champions innovation, diversity and inclusion.

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Robert Estherby

Robert Estherby

Robert Estherby is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades! He's been an Accounts Clerk, Network Engineer, a Technical Lead, worked to ensure that viewers around the globe saw the Sydney New Year's fireworks, and now he's sharing his tech skills with ABC's Internal Audit department. But what has allowed Robert to have a flexible career is his ability to communicate with colleagues and have those tough conversations. He firmly believes in the importance of building soft skills to have a fulfilling technological career.

 

Robert Estherby is a previous national convener of Emerging Professionals (Young IT) at the ACS and a previous ACS NSW Branch Executive and National Congress member.

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    Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue
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    Wed 22 Nov 05:30 PM AEDT

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