Motivational speakers have a way of captivating an audience, giving them the inspiration and drive to persevere to the next level. When you invite someone with a background in motivational speaking to present at an event, you also want them to believe in equality, diversity, and inclusion, so that everyone in the room feels seen and heard.
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You’ve done it — you’ve grown your event, and it’s ready for a celebrity speaker. So how do you book one?
Celebrity speakers are in another league. When someone reaches a certain level of fame, they have whole teams working for them to handle their reputation.
That means they won’t speak at just any event. The event needs to be worthy of their time, and you need to understand exactly what that means for the celebrity you’re trying to book.
Are you passionate about speaking in front of large groups of people? Do you have a life-changing story to share that can resonate with others? Becoming a public speaker can give you the platform and opportunity to be a relatable figure with valuable information that can benefit others. Even if you consider yourself shy and want to learn how to get comfortable with amplifying your voice, public speaking is a great way to step outside of your comfort zone and take the leap of faith.
No More Bad Events, is a podcast that event organizers will find insightful, funny, and downright useful. Executing great events is complicated, stressful, and hard, so don’t miss this great free resource for meeting professionals, no matter your experience level or the number of events you’ve planned.
Our podcast host, Scott Bloom, interviews some of the top performers in the meetings game. Marquee names like On each episode, host Scott Bloom interviews top performers in the meetings game. Marquee names like Michael Cerbelli, Sherri Wiseman, Erica Spoor, Danene Dustin, Michael Dominguez, and Daileah El Grazzar join Scott for can’t-miss episodes.
What can you expect? Each episode provides key insights to ensure your next event is met with rave reviews and resounding success:
- An inside look into the world of flawless event execution, from locking in tech vendors to booking high-impact speakers to ensuring the cocktail hour goes off without a hitch
- Proven event planning strategies, inside secrets, non-traditional approaches, and must-have tactics as shared by legendary event organizers and contributors
- Unique and compelling stories from the most captivating personalities in the meetings game
Check out our first episode here, and subscribe to No More Bad Events on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
In-person events have slowly but surely made their return to the industry, making 2022 a great year to hire a leadership speaker.
The Newly Designed Profile Manager Helps You Maximize Your Online Profile, Improving Exposure and ROI.
We’re excited to announce the 2022 My Profile update, which features a fresh new look that’s 100% mobile-friendly. Why? Because we want it to be as easy as possible for you to maximize your exposure through directory marketing.
This update focuses on increasing your eSEO score and helping event organizers find you through new and refreshed profile content that matters to them.
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Here at eSpeakers, we’ve long believed that if we can put you in front of more of your perfect audiences, you can help them change and improve. Our focus this year is to help event organizers find you through our software tools. This My Profile update is the first of many improvements you’ll see over the next year.
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When Michaela Coel won her recent Emmy, she gave the speech of the night. Here is the full text:
We’re writing this as we wrap up a visit to the IMEX 2021 event in Las Vegas. If you’re not familiar with IMEX, it’s one of the largest conferences in the meetings industry. They call themselves “The heartbeat of the global business events community.” The attendees are primarily meeting planners and event organizers: the people who hire you. This year, there were 12,389 total participants from 150 countries.
We’ve been coming to IMEX for many years because we learn things about the meetings industry that we use to guide our own ship and that we use to help our friends who are speakers/trainers/coaches.
We took some notes on a few things we learned here that we think you’ll find helpful in making intentional plans for growing your business in 2022-23.
Whether you’re still hosting virtual corporate events or getting ready for in-person gatherings again, booking the right speaker is a vital part of the event planning process.
But how do you begin to choose the right speaker for your event? In the United States alone, there are 40,000 public speakers––and the industry is expected to grow by 4.1% every year until 2025.
Work Life Balance Speakers To Help Your Employee Love Life Again
As the world becomes increasingly connected, and the options for employees to work from home continue to increase, it gets harder and harder for people to maintain a comfortable work life balance. This is not because employers are encouraging that more work be completed over longer hours, simply, the shift has happened on its own due to the accessibility of information and communication.