Obviously, you will be struck by a lightning bolt and no one will ever talk to you again.
So, you are here because you want to be a speaker and want some tips on how to get started.
In this article, I’ll present several tips to help guide you through the process of becoming a speaker.
We just launched a brand new feature on SpeakerHub that will help you connect with your audience, generate leads and position yourself as a thought-leader by sharing your resources.
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Sometimes from the development side, we get so excited about adding new features, we sometimes forget what it is like to be a new user on a platform. This guide will help you create a strong profile that will be attractive and informative, so event organizers will hire you for their upcoming event.
The importance of choosing the right speaker for an event can’t be overstated. Event feedback shows that content is the number one reason people find an event valuable. The content — and therefore the quality of the speakers — can also prompt people to attend the next event if one is planned.
A business speaker is someone who offers talks about how to improve your strategy, business model, team management, scaling-up or related topics, based on their past experience or new practices.
Their talks are aimed at improving sales, marketing, operations, leadership, strategy, finance, innovation and other aspects of your business, helping to create more profitable enterprises.
Whether you want to call it a “30-second mission statement”, a “one-sentence pitch”, an “elevator pitch”, or a “why choose me statement”, we are fundamentally talking about the same thing: a concise and enticing explanation about what you do.
Helping event organizers find the right speakers for their events is at the heart of what we are doing at SpeakerHub.
It’s a challenging and time-consuming process to reduce a list of potential speakers to the one, or few, that you actually need.