- About Us
You have to understand your own personal DNA. Don’t do things because I do them or Steve Jobs or Mark Cuban tried it. You need to know your personal brand and stay true to it. - Gary Vaynerchuck
Multi-hyphen careers, passion projects, side hustles, remote working. It's no secret that the world of work is changing. During this panel discussion, we will talk about the power of the internet, personal brand and how to turn what you love into your job.
What you need to know:
Who: Charlotte Dougall, Blether Digital; Stephanie Boyle, Freelancer; and Kerri Major Dietitian, SENr Sports Dietitian and qualified Personal Trainer
When: Wednesday 25th Septemeber 2019
Where: CMS, 1 W Regent St, Glasgow G2 1AP
What Else: Pizza, Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks and GREAT People
Join us at CMS Glasgow offices to hear as we discuss how having one career is no longer the norm, how the internet can help launch a side hustle and why working will never be the same again.
Charlotte Dougall is a freelance copywriter and digital marketer, helping small businesses grow. She took her first steps into the digital waters when she started a blog at aged 14, which she still runs a decade later. This blog was the catalyst for her career in digital, spanning a variety of in-house and agency roles until her decision to go freelance in 2017. She recently decided to head back to university and study for a masters alongside her work. As a result, she's a dab hand at balancing side projects with her day to day working life.
Stephanie is a Journalist, Brand Copywriter, Content Writer and Creative Content Strategist.
Her career started with her first byline at the age of 13 and she has since worked in social media, marketing and brand roles within agencies, in-house and now freelance. Across her experience, she has worked with the likes of IBM, Beauty Kitchen, Beam Suntory, MTV, MadeBrave and Virgin-backed sunglasses brand, Tens.
Last year, she went fully freelance with the ambition to travel as she works and solve the mystery of work/life balance.
Kerri Major is a Registered Dietitian, SENr Sports Dietitian and qualified Personal Trainer and loves everything to do with food and fitness. With a passion for helping people create a healthy relationship with their body by educating them on how nourish themselves through good nutrition and encouraging them to move their body in ways they love. Working as a Dietitian in the NHS, and as a freelance Sports Dietitian, providing nutrition advice to individual athletes and teams, to help improve their sporting success. Kerri is also a Personal Trainer in The FITT Principle in Glasgow and runs the social media pages @The_Dietitian_Kitchen, posting evidence based nutrition advice, workout inspiration and lots of delicious recipe ideas.