Dec
07
13:30

How To Build an Impactful LinkedIn Profile

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Preethi Sundaram
Head of Vertical Marketing @ LinkedIn
Preethi Sundaram is the Head of Industry Marketing at LinkedIn, where she covers the key markets of EMEA and LATAM. Before working at LinkedIn, Preethi was the Head of Retail Marketing at Google. She has worked with the top brands all across the world advising them on their marketing strategy and value propositions. She works as a career coach, focusing on women who want to enter into the tech landscape having herself entered into tech with a degree in Japanese Studies and experience as a foreign aid worker along the India/ Pakistan border.
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Preethi Sundaram
* This is a hands-on Jolt - an existing LinkedIn profile is a MUST (even if it sucks). Don't have one? Please make sure to set up a profile before the Jolt. In this Jolt, you will walk through the different use cases of LinkedIn, break down the elements of the member profile, and gain best practices to help you achieve your goals on the platform. At the end of this Jolt, you will be able to tell your professional story in a compelling manner and tailor it to your career path. Who is this Jolt for? Job seekers and professionals who want to learn how to create a strong professional and personal brand, business owners/entrepreneurs, keen on boosting their employer brand activities.

Questions this talk answers:

01

Why Should You Invest Time In Your LinkedIn Profile?

02

How To Tell Your Professional Story On LinkedIn?

03

How To Create An Impactful LinkedIn Profile?

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Preethi Sundaram

Head of Vertical Marketing @ LinkedIn

About
Preethi
Preethi Sundaram is the Head of Industry Marketing at LinkedIn, where she covers the key markets of EMEA and LATAM. Before working at LinkedIn, Preethi was the Head of Retail Marketing at Google. She has worked with the top brands all across the world advising them on their marketing strategy and value propositions. She works as a career coach, focusing on women who want to enter into the tech landscape having herself entered into tech with a degree in Japanese Studies and experience as a foreign aid worker along the India/ Pakistan border.

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