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“Getting Ahead Of The Curve”

20 April 2020 by Bernie Keogh

Marketing Society Future Council Event Thursday 23rd April

“Getting Ahead Of The Curve”

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Alternatives MD, Bernie Keogh, to speak at The Marketing Society Future Council - “Getting Ahead Of The Curve” 

Taking place from the comfort of everyone’s home on April 23rd 2020 (Thursday) at 6pm, the Marketing Society Future Council are delighted to announce its first ever digital event, ‘Getting ahead of the curve’, with all proceeds from the event going to a very worthy charity Alone.

While everyone’s playing their part in flattening the curve of COVID-19, these are uncertain times, and in light of that, the Future Council have put together an interactive event to help young marketers prepare for the challenges faced today and how to get ahead of the ‘curve’.

Shedding light on personal development, improving productivity, preparing for contingencies & dealing with nuances of working from home during a pandemic will be three inspirational speakers from the industry-

  • Bernie Keogh (Managing Director at Alternatives)
  • Natasha Fennell (Communications Expert & Leadership Coach at Stillwater Communications)
  • Shane O’Leary (Strategy Director at Rothco)

There will be an interactive Q&A session between guests and speakers on Zoom with an opportunity to ask questions at the end. The event promises to help marketers in the first five years of their career to walk away with tips on how to be more productive working from home as well as up and coming marketing skills to brush up on.

Tickets are reasonably priced at €5 per person with all proceeds from the event going to AloneTickets are available to purchase now from Eventbrite.

See you on 23rd. Stay at Home!

About the Future Council

Made up of several volunteer members at pivotal stages of their careers in Marketing & Communications, the Future Council aims to provide thought leadership and networking opportunities for marketers in the first five years of their careers.

The Marketing Society Future Council counts 11 marketing professionals including Ciana Nolan (The Public House) Niamh Baker (Journal Media), Cathy Glennon (Behaviour & Attitudes), Lisa McEneaney (Bord Gáis Energy), Sushmita Bista (Mindshare), Jay Reid (Core) , Grainne Mac Neice (OMD Ireland), Fiona Lawlor (Core), Tara O’Neill (Carat), Morgan Horn (Flynn O’Driscoll Business Lawyers) and Rachit Tibrewala (Electric Ireland)