Posts Tagged ‘presentation’

Creating a Brand that Lasts – Karen’s presentation for Langara College CS Computer Tech Meetup on Feb 22nd, 2013

Friday, March 1st, 2013

Karen and Abe are proud to have been guest speakers on branding for the Langara College CS Computer Tech Meetup on Friday. There were approximately 25-30 participants and Karen received great feedback!
   

Karen’s presentation for Langara College CS Computer Tech Meetup on Feb 22nd, 2013

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Creating a Brand that Lasts – A rundown on what it means to create a brand, and how to do it. Karen explains how to know when branding is necessary, the importance of a branding expert, and the long term process that ensures your brand will be a success. http://www.meetup.com/Langara-College-CS-Computer-Tech-Meetup/

Kevin O’Leary live in Vancouver…

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Karen saw Kevin O’Leary live the other day and it was awesome! Kevin was super funny, interesting and of course his usual self. Kevin wrapped up his presentation with a big bang by talking about his annual family trips back to Switzerland and how with this most recent trip his son asked why is it Dad when we fly you always sit in the front of the plane with your feet up and a big screen television and I have to sit at the back and his response was you have no money….

Presentation at Langara College, March 22, 2012

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

 

“Great exposure to the outside world!”, “Helped me in pushing myself to find an internship this summer!”, “I liked her interactive approach!”, “Bring her back!” – These are only a few quotes from students after Karen’s presentation at Langara College on Thursday March 22th.

Interactive Media was the topic, a very interesting one, for Karen as well as for the students. There were so many aspects to talk about that the time passed quickly, almost too quickly. Nevertheless, Karen found time to answer many questions regarding marketing, internships, and starting a business.

According to the motto “good is not good enough”, Karen is planning to incorporate more specific practical examples at upcoming presentations. And for all listeners, questions are more than welcome!