As President of a Global Public Relations firm, Weber Shandwick, Greg Power's keynotes are infused with the ability to see past specific events and create a general idea of a person's reputation and image. The Canadian inspirer studied at McGill University and went on to receive his Bachelor of Journalism from Carleton University in 1982.
Since then, he has served as Account Director with Rapp Collins Worldwide and Deputy General Manager at Edelman among others before landing his current position with Weber Shandwick. He speaks of politics, public image and narrative throughout media, drawing upon his experience in the public relations realm.
Greg Power's keynotes are a fascinating way of representing the need for connectivity and storytelling across many different media realms. Having worked with many different brands including Loblaws, Procter & Gamble, IKEA, and Future Shop among many others, Power demonstrates his understanding of the importance to not only create a great product to sell, but to be able to package it in an attractive manner that connects with consumers.