Paul Simpson delves into returning back to campus for ‘The Gentleman Blogger’ Matthew Zorpas’ event!
Last week, I was back on campus, giving a guest lecture to the PR Fraternity at the University of Greenwich. I remain an honorary patron for the society, and it was particularly inspiring to see a number of the students I have taught over the years return to Greenwich for a networking event after the lecture, to help inspire those students who are set to follow them.
Next week (Wednesday 8th February), another of those former PR students (this time from LCC) who have gone on to success in PR, marketing, events and digital, return to give a guest lecture in their own right for the PR Fraternity. The talk is from 5.00-6.00pm in QA280 , Queen Anne Court, Old Royal Naval College, University of Greenwich SE10 9lS.
Matthew Zorpas is a London-based creative consultant who graduated with a BA in Public Relations from London College of Communication and with an MSc in Global Media and Communication from London School of Economics. I was lucky enough to teach him for the first two years of his undergraduate career, before I switched to start teaching at Greenwich.
Matthew was founder of The Gentleman Blogger in July 2012 and has collaborated with respected brands such as Cartier, Chopard, Gucci, IWC, Westfield London, Dolce and Gabbana, Cadillac, MINI Clubman and Coach, to mention but a few and notably fronting the Gianfranco Ferré Fragrance worldwide campaign in 2016.
He has been recognised as one of the Best Dressed Man in Britain by Esquire magazine UK in 2010 and GQ Taiwan named him one of top ten best dressed men in the world for 2013. More recently British GQ crowned him one of the top ten best dressed men on Instagram and a judge for British GQ Grooming Awards 2017.
He has also taught luxury management and digital marketing at respected universities in the UK such as Istituto Marangoni, and has contributed to the London College of Fashion, Regents College, Winchester School of Arts and PUC-rio in Brazil.
You can RSVP to the Facebook event page for the guest lecture here.
Hopefully I might see you at the next event on Wednesday!