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Dent, together with Asia Corporate Women, presents the Faceless event where we challenge the idea that it is safer to stand behind a strong brand identity rather than developing prominent individuals who can lead industries as a 'face to the brand'.
Faceless - Transforming Faceless Organisations Through Key Persons of Influence
After the rise of fast-growth entrepreneurial organisations, many established companies are considering how best to develop 'Key Person of Influence' who can embody the company identity.
We want to help you to decide whether the benefits of prominent individuals outweigh the risks and whether there are strategies for safely developing personality brands within a corporate culture.
Join us for an intimate evening at the BlueArt Studio where founder of Dent Global, Daniel Priestley presents our Faceless report. He will highlight the big opportunity for growing a company, attracting new business and enhancing a team culture - by developing Key Persons of Influence.
It is a session not to be missed as you network among the executives of leading corporations in Singapore over wine and cheese at an art gallery. It will be an evening of conversations and exchange of ideas.
6.30pm Registration & Networking
7.00pm Welcome Introduction
7.10pm Ice breaker / Interactive Inquiry
7.45pm Daniel Priestley's Faceless Report
8.00pm Open discussions
8.30pm Networking, Art and Wine Appreciation
9.00pm Event Ends
About The Speaker
Daniel Priestley is the co-founder of Dent (www.dent.global), a global business designed to create a world full of entrepreneurial people who solve meaningful problems.
Daniel started out as an entrepreneur at age 21 and built a multi-million dollar event, marketing and management business before the age of 25.
A successful entrepreneur, international speaker and best-selling author, Daniel has built and sold businesses in Australia, Singapore and the UK.
With a passion for global small business, Daniel is the author of the three best-selling books “Key Person of Influence”, “Entrepreneur Revolution” and the newly released “Oversubscribed”.
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