An expert speaker is much more than a simple speechmaker.
Networking is crucial for both speakers and event organizers: rubbing shoulders with the right people increases your chances of finding the right event and the right speaker.
Want to start the new year off with fresh inspiration for your team?
Here’s how speakers can help improve your company performance:
Destination events are on the rise, but you don’t need to ship your whole conference over to Europe or Japan to feel the inspiration of being in a new place: there are hundreds of amazing and stimulating venues in North America that will breath new life into your upcoming meeting or conference.
The Events Marketplace is at the heart of what we are creating at SpeakerHub.
It allows speakers, trainers and moderators to actively pursue connections and job opportunities and helps organizers find the perfect speakers for their events.
Finding the right speaker for your event is essential; while people will probably have trouble remembering whether the coffee was good or not, or even the location the event was held at, they will remember the speaker.
So, how do you go about finding the right speaker?
Event organizing is hard work. Even if you’ve done it a hundred times: there are always new challenges around each bend, and sometimes it can be difficult to stay inspired to put your all into each event.
Sometimes the speaker you’ve brought in really doesn’t meet you, or your audience’s expectations. This happened to us recently, and we want to share with you what we learned.
Aleksandra Lugovic, SpeakerHub’s Business Developer and Co-Founder of EuVENT, shares with us some of her best advice on how to run fantastic events. Her advice ranges from “I-wish-I’d-thought-of-that” practicality to the less than obvious nuances that can turn an event from good to great.
As an event organizer, it is a delicate balancing act between respecting the speaker, the audience, and the needs of the conference. Making sure that each of sessions and presentations run on time assures fairness to all the speakers and keeps things moving for the audience. Here are some tips on how to keep your speakers on time.