SpeakerHub in Review 2020


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SpeakerHub in Review 2020

SpeakerHub launched four years ago, We’ve made a lot of changes since we launched, but our main goal has stayed the same: to help speakers get more bookings and grow their speaking businesses.

We want to thank you for joining the site, whether as a speaker, event organizer, agency, or alumni — we wouldn’t be here without your support. 

We wanted to share with you some of the statistics about our growth, some insights on who our speakers are, as well as some key indicators about our business.

SpeakerHub: 4 years in review

SpeakerHub: 4 years in review

Key Indicators

Here are some key statistics:

  • We have 9,408 publicly visible speakers on the site

  • Our users are mostly under 45. The most common age group of our users are millennials (35%) followed by gen x (21%) and then gen z (18%).

  • Gender: 54% men, 45% women

  • Our speakers come from 143 countries.

  • Number of “calls for speakers” in the past 4 years —  6,302 

  • Paid events posted — 492

Agencies, alumni and other white label clients

SpeakeHub also serves many agencies and alumni with our white label directory. We work with organizations such as America Innovates, Authentic Voices Group, Chasing Light Speakers, Entrepreneur Expert Agency, Forefront Admin, Georgia Speakers Bureau, Independent Book Publishers Association, International Communications Consultancy Organisation (ICCO), ITR Economics, Itty Bitty Publishing, MAGE Groupe, Maxwell James Agency, Mobaderoon Network, Modern Femme, Platinum Speakers Agency, PRCA, Prezi, Sage Talks, See Agency, Similar Web, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance, The Chi Group, Truli, VALIDITYENT|PR Agency, Wellness and Trauma Recovery Center, and the Women Network.

Top 4 White-label clients

  1. Red Hat

  2. Evolutionary Business Council

  3. Public Speakers’ Association

  4. Society Speaker Directory

Resources to help speakers grow their businesses

Creating helpful resources for professionals in the speaking industry is a key component of the SpeakerHub platform, and over the past 4 years we have created a diverse collection of articles and media. 


The podcast series, “World of Speakers” has been running for 34 months, with episodes released on a bi-monthly basis.

Over the 67 interviews, we’ve amassed 50hrs of recordings from professional speaking experts from around the world.  The podcast has had 33.1K listens. 

We’ve welcomed some high-level guests, like Dr. Nick Morgan, Neil Patel, Cynthia Johnson, Dorie Clark, Josh Linkner, Manoj Vasudevan, and Drew Dudley.

SkillCamp and blog

We’ve posted 340 original articles in the past 4 years, and overall have had 158.6K article reads.

The articles, podcasts, infographics and videos on SpeakerHub's SkillCamp provide professional speakers with new ideas, expert insights, practical how-to's, and inspiration. The key focuses are speaking skills and business building.

We’ve covered all sorts of topics that range from how to avoid catastrophes, through how to handle hecklers, to the best technology for speakers and trainers.

We wanted to know what kind of articles you, our readers, like best. So we took a look at what your top ten favourite articles of all-time have been. Here’s the list:

SkillCamp’s top posts:

Email newsletter

We send out a bi-monthly newsletter that includes a section listing articles from around the web that would be helpful to speakers, such as recent, top articles from Forbes or Harvard Business Review, new technologies and trends, upcoming online classes and webinars, or free industry reports.

Special thanks

A very special thanks to the team here at SpeakerHub, Ryan Foland, Steve Cuthbert, Racquel Gabuna, Rosario Añon Suarez, Marija Agatonović and Esther Snippe who pull together from Belgium, the Philippines, Latvia, Serbia, Argentina, and the USA — all four corners of the globe, to keep the platform running and ensure we are producing great content for all our speakers.

We look forward to providing you with great service and more opportunities in 2020.

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