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“Convert Your Brand Reputation into Sales” - Business Breakfast talk with Filip Matous, Evergreen Reputation.

Press Release   •   Jun 14, 2013 15:53 BST

Like Minds Business Breakfast – “Convert Your Brand Reputation into Sales” with Filip Matous, Evergreen Reputation. June 27th at 0800-0930 at the stunning Radio rooftop bar at the ME London Hotel.

Our next business breakfast speaker is Filip Matous who is going to talk about how your reputation could well be the number one driver for your business.

Filip is a specialist in personal branding and creating online sales funnels, and wants us to find the answer to the question – “How much of your business comes through word of mouth or people searching for your name or brand online?

Warren Buffet suggested: “You can never have enough reputation.” But people often find it difficult to define what their reputation is, how they quantify it and whether it’s any good or not. So they find measuring and benchmarking it, in order to establish the key difference it makes to their business and growth, almost impossible.

During his talk, Filip will discuss the critical link between reputation, search and sales, identifying how to uncover who is looking for your brand online; why they searched; ways in which you can increase volume; and most importantly, how to move them towards a sale.


With digital public relations agency experience in Los Angeles, New York and London, Filip has a background in bringing eyeballs to websites. During the last few years this has evolved into creating tailored frameworks that measure and influence traffic ROI.

He co-authored ‘Hit Me! – how to get your small business to punch its weight online‘, published earlier this year, and regularly speaks at conferences and exhibitions (incl. Google Campus, Microsoft, Fresh Business Thinking) on measuring online marketing ROI. In 2012 he was shortlisted as a ‘young master‘ by Entrepreneur Country.

Outside of Evergreen, you can find Filip running the +3K member strong London Philosophy Club, editing Enviable Workplace (The Company Culture Blog), and cruising on a longboard.


Our Partners

The breakfasts are curated in association with our partners Harvard Business Review and The One Group. A short interview with each speaker is filmed by DHPstudios and the event will be blogged and posted in the Articles section of site by the end of the week. A goody bag is available at the end of each breakfast for attendees.

Our Venue

The Like Minds breakfasts are held at the stunning top floor Radio restaurant at the brand new ME London Hotel on the Strand at Aldwych. Arrive at 8.00am for 8.15am – 9.30am. ME London, 336-337, The Strand, WC2R 1HA

To Book

Please book your place here to attend. If you’d like more information on all our forthcoming talks, lectures and seminars just subscribe to our newsletter on our website.

Please note you must book for each breakfast – at £30.00 (inc. VAT) as places are limited. There are priority places for Like Minds Club Members.

Please bring your tablets, smartphones and your laptops. We actively encourage Tweeting – please use the #LikeMinds hashtag and follow @wearelikeminds

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