The upcoming live webinar clinic, “Reviewing Profiles” is aimed at helping our speakers find opportunities to expand and set themselves apart via their profiles, which will help attract more speaking engagements.
SpeakerHub is hosting an online-only event in partnership with 10times.
We have added many new online-only events to the marketplace, made finding content on our SkillCamp easier and clearer, and have been creating coronavirus-specific content for speakers.
The 2020 search for the 2020 Speaker Contest winner has already started! Applications are open to anyone, anywhere in the world until 14 February 2020.
The Event Marketplace is at the heart of what we are creating at SpeakerHub: being the one-stop-shop for all “calls for speakers,” creating connections between speakers and event organizers.
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’ve compiled this list of our top twenty book recommendations published in 2019. We’ve scoured dozens of top business book lists including Forbes, Inc, Business Insider, Fortune, and BookAuthority.
There are many helpful rules of thumb like these when it comes to humor that you have probably already heard, and while these are a good foundation, what do you do if you want your whole presentation to be undeniably hilarious?
We’ve drawn up this list of the top 10 book recommendations for solopreneurs looking to grow and expand their speaking businesses.
Many novice and aspiring speakers think that if they can just get a speaking agent it will instantly launch their speaking business. But it actually works the opposite way. An agent can’t help you until you’ve built it yourself. This article will help you get started.