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Social Branding Event - Chicago 3/5
Friday, March 5, 2010 at 8:30 PM - Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 2:00 AM (CST)
Hey everyone, I'm taking my first real visit to Chicago and I'm very excited. The only other time I've been in the area is to stop at the hectic airport there. I'm looking to gather old and new faces together for a social event. I'll be in Chicago for the SOHO Event at Loyola University, where I'm keynoting on the topic of personal branding, which probably won't surprise you.
The social event will take place at Bar Deville (information below) at 8:30 at night, as recommended by one of my close friends from elemenatry school who lives there. You're welcome to bring guests and to forward this eventbrite link and promote it on Twitter, etc. This will be a social event, very casual and there will be no speakers.
I hope to see you there!
Name: Bar Deville
Street: 701 N Damen Ave, Chicago, IL
8:30 PM CT
Dan Schawbel. Dan is the leading personal branding expert for Gen-Y. He is the author of the bestselling career book, Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success (Kaplan, April 2009). With over 800,000 results for his name in Google, Fast Company calls Dan a “personal branding force of nature.” Recently, BusinessWeek named Dan as one of twenty people entrepreneurs should follow on twitter, alongside Richard Branson. He is the founder of the Personal Branding Blog®, which was the #1 job blog by Careerbuilder in 2008, is an AdAge top 30 marketing blog and is syndicated by Reuters, Forbes, Fox Business and other major networks. Dan is also the publisher of Personal Branding Magazine®. He is a syndicated columnist for Metro US (New York, Boston & Philadelphia), reaching over 1.2 million readers bi-weekly. At 26 years old, Dan is BusinessWeek’s youngest columnist. He’s been featured in over 100 media outlets, such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ABC News TV, MSNBC, NPR, USA Today, Forbes, and The Boston Globe.
Russell Wyner. Russell works at Maddock Douglas as their creative director. His previous jobs were with Arnold Worldwide, where he handled the Royal Carribbean account, Universal Pictures where he wrote, directed and animated the trailer for the movie "Let's Go To Prison," and he also directed an animated advertisement for candidate Jack E. Robinson. Russell has extensive experience with Photoshop, Flash, Final Cut, After Effects, Maya and many other high-end animation, video and photo software tools. He lives in Chicago and you can check out his state-of-the-art resume at http://www.russellsresume.com.