Sue Currie is the managing director of Sue Currie Communications, a company providing successful solutions to businesses, organisations and independent professionals on enhancing image, reputation and brand.
Sue knows that it’s more than just delivering a message…it is about really living it. Her professional career includes the executive leadership role of VP of Public Relations and Communications in a corporate environment, to small business owner, public relations consultant, entertainment publicist, and TV presenter. With her experience in impression management, Sue knows what it takes to create a strong personal brand that helps her clients to stand out and shine.
Sue is a sought after media commentator on personal branding; has had many articles published and is co-author of Apprentice to Business Ace – your inside-out guide to personal branding.
Sue is also the creator of the Shine Personal Branding System™ a process she uses to guide executives and entrepreneurs to progress in their careers.
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