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Thursday, April 26, 2018

A guide on personal branding by author of 'Little Black Book'

In celebration of International Women's Day we had the pleasure of attending the ELLE and French Connection Women's day event for an evening of speed networking and mentoring by ELLE's Associate Fashion Editor, Harriet Stewart and Features Director, Hannah Nathanson. The fashion mavens were alongside author of 'Little Black Book' and founder of creative community Women Who, Otegha Uwagba as well as fashion journalist and presenter, Antonia O'Brien.
Besides being an author and founder of Women Who, Otegha is also a writer and brand consultant.She shared with us her 4 top tips on personal branding and the importance of crafting a narrative. 
"Your personal brand is what people say about you when you're not in the room" 
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