Interview With Henry Wong
Telling Your Story, Building Your Brand
#Storytelling #PersonalBranding #HenryWong
Hi, and welcome to the show!
Today I have the pleasure of welcoming author, president and brand strategist at Vyoo Brand and Content Mr. Henry Wong to talk about leadership, storytelling and his latest book Telling Your Story, Building Your Brand.
Henry is a speaker, brand strategist, creative director, writer, designer and other things that fill his business card. He is the President and Brand Strategist of Vyoo, a branding and content company based in Toronto, Canada. He has guided small upstarts and SMEs to 500 level companies.
Henry’s roots span over 25 years of senior positions in the advertising industry including being Sr. VP. Creative Director for global ad agency, Saatchi & Saatchi. In addition to applying his award-winning mind to such clients as Toyota, J&J and Procter & Gamble, Henry has assisted start-ups and mid-tier companies build their market presence. And through his branding methods, he has helped organizations and people in business, entertainment, and politics.
Henry first began his career as a business writer contributing to such publications as the Toronto Star, Financial Post, and financial publications before migrating to the mad world of advertising. His thought leadership has included writing for and being interviewed in such publications as The Toronto Star, National Post, Financial Post, Globe & Mail and Ad Age.
Henry is a personal brand guru who has advised politicians, professional athletes as well as company leaders.
He is the author of the recently published book, Telling Your Story, Building Your Brand, by Business Expert Press, a book on personal branding for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and people looking to advance their careers.
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