25 Apr How To Build A Strong Personal Brand That Sets You Apart – A Talk at the American Chamber of Commerce in Sweden

Last week I had the great pleasure of taking the stage at AmCham, American Chamber of Commerce in Sweden, for an audience of passionate executives. The workshop focused on how to build a strong personal brand that sets you apart – Learn how Charisma, Performance and Authenticity influence your brand.

It covered everything from the importance of standing for something that is in line with your values to how body language and charisma makes all the difference when you connect in person. Your personal brand is so much more than just having a profile online or introducing yourself with your name and title when you meet someone for the first time. It’s about discovering that by showing and sharing your passion can make you radiant. It’s about learning how making a difference starts by authenticity and giving.

Thank you, Beth, for inviting me to work with your wonderful group. I understand why the mentoring programme is such a success.

Do you also want to learn more how you can build a strong personal brand that sets you apart, book Therése to your next event or conference here.


Therese Gedda is the founder and CEO at 30minMBA. 30minMBA makes it possible to develop your business skills when it fits you. Besides running the award-winning startup, she is also a seasoned speaker on topics including “There is no spoon – The entrepreneurial mindset”, “How to develop a high-performing business culture where people thrive”, and “Serendipity networking.”

At the age of 17, Therese started her first company within management consulting and over the last 14 years, she has been a startup advisor and inspired 1000s of people as an international speaker. Awarded Sweden’s largest prize for innovators, SKAPA, in memory of Alfred Nobel. She holds a Master from the Stockholm School of Economics. When she is not on stage, mentoring talents or running startups, she is passionate about training and motivating others as a fitness instructor.

Therese Gedda