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Rachel Matthews 'Me Plc' ignites the stage

Last week Stephanie Morgan took to the stage at Ignite Cardiff to talk about ‘Me Plc’, and how your personal brand can shape your entire working life.

With five minutes, 20 slides and 15 seconds for each, her to the point, engaging, storytelling style was challenged. But did it pass the PechaKucha style test?




Stephanie Morgan Ignite Cardiff Me Plc

Photo © Jason Aspinall


Stephanie's story spanned her entire career, her realisation of how important it was to start choosing her own path, and the steps she had to take to get there. 



Stephanie Morgan Ignite Cardiff Me Plc



The Ignite recording will be available to view soon, and we will share it with you when it's live. However, if you are desperate to see Stephanie speak again, get in touch with us today to discuss how she can come and share her story with your people.

Rachel Matthews

Rachel Matthews, Social Media and Marketing Manager

In my blogs I will look at industry constraints and issues and problems that employees face in their day-to-day work lives.


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