What public figure is your personal branding idol, and what about their branding strategy inspires you the most?
These answers are provided by Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. YEC has also launched BusinessCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses.
1. Richard Branson
Richard Branson is one of my personal branding icons. From Virgin Records to Virgin Atlantic, he’s built a strong brand and following through interesting storytelling, innovative initiatives, and world-class design. – Arry Yu, StormX
2. Marcus Lemonis
The more I watch him, the more Marcus Lemonis has climbed my list of favorite entrepreneurs and branding experts. His branding strategy always involves the people who have started the business and staying true to the original concept the business was founded on. The best part about the way he approaches the reshaping/..
Support Engineer / Quality Engineer / Procurement Engineer job in North London Date posted: 29/08/2018 CV Library London North London
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Job title: Support Engineer / Quality Engineer / Procurement Engineer
Job Location: North London
Hourly pay rate: Competitive
Shifts: Monday to Friday days
Hours per week: 37hrs
Start date: ASAP
Industries considered: Rolling Stock
Disciplines considered: Quality Engineer, Project Engineer, Procurement Engineer, Sales Engineer
Our client is a global leader in Rolling Stock vehicle manufacturing, service and maintenance.
The primary purpose of this role is to support the delivery of the contract, minimising risks to the business and growing margin through:
Demand and Operations Analyst / Finance Business Analyst job in West Midlands Date posted: 17/08/2018 Technojobs West Midlands
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Demand & Operations Analyst/ Finance Business Analyst / Contract – 3 Months / Location – West Midlands
We are looking for an experienced Demand and Operations Analyst/ Finance Business Analyst for a Global manufacturing client based in the West Midlands. The role will be an initial 3 month contract with the likely hood of extension thereafter. The Successful candidate will be responsible for ownership of Programme Finances across E&I, supporting the programme lead.
*Management of Contractor Renewals and Hires
*Mapping of actual into each programme/projects finance trackers
*Monthly reforecasting against Budget, across all Programmes and Pr..
Material Planner Inventory Management , Supplier management job in Leicester Date posted: 31/08/2018 CV Library Leicestershire Leicester
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Material Planner Inventory Management , Supplier management , Excel – Engineering
Location: Leicestershire – commutable from Leicester, Nottinghamshire, Coventry and Kettering
Duration: 12 Months
Rate: Up to 16 per hour
Clearance: No Clearance required (must be willing and eligible to undergo, prior to project start date)
Key skills; Material Planner Inventory Management Supplier management Excel No Clearance required Engineering, Vlookups, Pivot tables, Material flows
My client, a global Engineering organisation, is currently looking for a Material Planner to assist with improving inbound and outbound material flows..
Many articles point to the fact that the job interview is really all about the so-called cultural fit of the candidate, provided the skill and experience requirements are met as well of course. The thing is that in addition to the hiring manager, several other company members, too, are interviewing candidates to add their own assessments.
For practical purposes, what’s called company culture can be separated into two distinct areas. One is influenced by the top leader of the organization, and the other is influenced by the departmental leader or the hired employee’s immediate supervisor.
Years ago, I worked at a Fortune 100 company that had a history of buying many other companies whose individual and distinct cultures had been kept intact and independent of each other all along. At one point, though, a new CEO took over and decided to instill one single culture throughout the hundreds of subsidiaries and affiliated companies under his jurisdiction. That action caused an amazing tran..