Tip Sheet: Optimizing Speaking Engagements: 7 Ways to Build a Corporate Speakers Bureau


By Lori Zetlin & Jeanne Tee Ask any VP of corporate communications what she/he is doing to secure executive speaking opportunities, and the overwhelming response will be "not enough." A savvy communications executive knows the benefits of a successful speakers program: brand development, executive visibility, product/service promotion, thought leadership and lead generation. One speech can reach an enormous and valuable target audience of clients, prospects, employees, media, business partners and analysts. The audience has chosen to attend the conference and your presentation, so they are ready and willing to listen to your experts and your messages. The conference environment is conducive to networking and deal making.

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