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How to...make the world your oyster

Venue: Mishcon de Reya LLP, Africa House, 70 Kingsway, London WC2B 6AH

Our first event at the end of March covered how to build an internationally focused career. We invited back four alumni speakers whose careers have covered the whole globe working for companies such as Twitter, Procter and Gamble, TransferWise, Paramount, and Bare Escentuals (Shiseido). Read read the top tips from our international alumni community and hear from our speakers below!  

 
How to...have an internationally focused career!

At the end of last month we held our first 'How to...' panel event, focusing on making the world your oyster and having an internationally focused career. Hear the top tips from our four alumni speakers below and join us at our next event: How to...Make Good Mistakes http://bit.ly/1S6WBu1

Posted by King's College London Alumni on Tuesday, 12 April 2016

How to... make good mistakes

Venue: WeWork, Aldgate Tower, 35 Whitechapel High St, London E1 8EP

For our second How To… event, we asked five ambitious, entrepreneurial alumni to help us answer a simple question: how can you turn mistakes to your advantage? At WeWork Aldgate Tower, a vibrant space for innovators and businesspeople to work towards their greatest goals, we heard a range of stories from our speakers about how their mistakes taught them essential lessons.

Here’s just a nugget of advice from King’s alumnus and Client President of Carat Christian Gladwell: 

Christian Gladwell

See the top tips from all of our panel speakers below!

See all of the pictures from the event on our Flickr here


How to... be creative

Venue: October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester St, London, WC1N 3AL

If you think some people are just born and destined to be creative (and you’re not one of them), think again. Experts say we all have a wellspring of creative energy. The secret is how to tap into it.

At our How to... be creative event, our alumni speakers provided alumni with simple guides of how to get their creative juices flowing. Not only do they work in the creative industries but they also started their own creative processes – whether it be a ground-breaking app that works as your personal digital curator to starting a network which seeks to redefine the notion of arts patronage in Asia.

Watch these tips from Jennifer Caroline Ellis (Head of Projects and Development at Edouard Maling Gallery), Anna Lowe (creator of the mobile gallery curation app SMARTIFY), and Guy Armitage (Co-founder and CEO of Zealous.) 


How to... be innovative

Venue:  Health Foundry, Canterbury House, 1 Royal Street. London, SE1 7LL

With innovation becoming the buzzword of the decade, we asked our alumni speakers for ideas to spark innovative thinking. Our speakers came from all walks of life, ranging from surgeons using innovative techniques to transplant organs, entrepreneurs matching ground-breaking early-stage ideas and technologies with relevant industry contacts, and democratising the way science is funded and backed by the public. 

See the top tips from revolutionary surgeon Pankaj Chandak, Crowd.Science founder Natalie Jonk and IN-PART Director Dr Robin Knight below!