Maximizing Your Conference Professional Speaker Investment
by Jeff Hurt
Monday, April 23, 2012

You’ve spent hours surfing websites, reading bios, evaluating presentation descriptions and viewing speaker online videos.

You’ve finally reached a decision and secured a professional speaker to keynote your opening general session.

You feel relief, accomplishment and maybe even exhaustion.

Then you wonder, “Did I ask the speaker to do everything possible? Are there other things I should have asked the speaker to do for our upcoming conference?”

In short, the answer is Yes! There are many things you should ask that professional speaker to do besides just presenting at the general session.

Professional speaker and author David Meerman Scott shares his personal views on what meeting planners should ask him and other professional speakers to do in addition to the keynote.

 


Note, the above piece is syndicated content. The original blog post: Maximizing Your Conference Professional Speaker Investment (and much much more!) can be found on Velvet Chainsaw's Midcourse Corrections blog.

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