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How to... Build your personal brand
We all know that building a personal brand helps you to stand out from the competition in the job market; but how do you go about building your brand and what should you share? Hear from three alumni who will share their tips and tricks for letting your personality as well as your professionalism shine through online and in applications.

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Feb 20, 2020 03:00 PM in London

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Cecil Adjalo
UK Managing Director @Hiberus Tecnologia
Cecil is the UK Managing Director for global Technology company Hiberus Tecnologia, and also a Director at Foundervine, a social enterprise that helps diverse individuals create startups from scratch. He has spent the last 9 years of his career working in the technology industry starting off as a service desk analyst and eventually becoming a partner. He has developed his over his career in consulting with companies such as EY and Accenture, and has worked in large corporations including Barclays and RBS. In 2019, Cecil was nominated as one of 50 future ethnic minority leaders by EMPower and Yahoo Finance.
Onyinye Udokporo
Director and Founder @Enrich Learning
Onyinye Udokporo completed her undergraduate degree in Religion, Politics & Society BA (Hons) in 2019. Whilst studying she established her Education business Enrich Learning which she has been running for 10 years. Onyinye is passionate about personal branding and wants to help others maximise their potential through the development of their online profiles.
Alae Ismail
DeFINE Community Manager @London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London
One part traveler and the other part social chic, Alae Ismail is committed to innovating brands and businesses with a passion for Africa. Through her work at London College of Fashion, she bridges the gap between fashion, technology, business and investment communities – enabling an innovative approach to the future of business. Alae has been featured on notable publications such as BBC Africa, Bloomberg Africa and Financial Times on creative African entrepreneurship. In addition, has shared insight at speaking events including Oxford Business School, London Business School, SOAS and Southbank Centre. She has won a number of entrepreneurial awards including the Virgin Media Pioneers, Think Big 02, Spotted In, UnLtd and listed Women of Wearables Top 100 Women in Fashion-Tech.