Vanessa is a brand consultant, art director, and public speaker. Often referred to as a "brand whisperer" or "brand psychologist", the guiding principle behind all of her work is to make a difference by having a positive impact on people’s lives.
She accompanies brands towards reaching their fullest potential, inspires audiences through public speaking, gives workshops to helps others think differently, deeply and to uncover new perspectives about themselves, and teaches about brands and psychology. Vanessa also hosts conversations with bestselling authors, experts and thought leaders for her blog.
Appreciated for her enthusiasm, self-expression and profound sense of adventure, she truly cares for others and for building deep authentic relationships. Vanessa believes that the ultimate value of personal growth is to contribute to the growth of others and to how they feel about themselves. These are some of the motives that contributed to why clients trust her for the past six years.
Polyglot, she has a bachelors degree in psychology, a Masters degree in marketing and a certificate in studio photography completed in Paris. It is all of these above unexpected elements of her background that create a unique mix enabling her strategic, creative and personal approach to business.
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"a brand is what they say it is"
This is my brand's story, told by my first clients in photography, my former manager at the company where I worked years ago, my professor, masters thesis director and client, and 3 clients in brand consulting.
Because "a brand is not what you say it is. It's what they say it is." I must say, this turned out to be the best gift to celebrate 5yrs in business. I would like to thank the interviewees for their honest and sincerely touching words. I'm very grateful, this means so much to me! And yes, this is only the beginning...
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RT @philosophy_muse: Don't be afraid of death so much as an inadequate life. Bertolt Brecht