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7 Things to Consider When Hiring a Keynote Speaker

Hiring the right keynote speaker can be surprisingly challenging. There are many variables to consider when trying to select someone who will be a good fit for your event. Here are a few things you may want to keep in mind.

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3 Ways to Market Your Event to Millennials

Millennials are fueling the experience economy. According to an Eventbrite survey, 78% of millennials (Americans born between 1981 and 1997) prefer to spend their money on experiences than on material purchases. 82% of surveyed millennials participated in more than one live experience in the last year, and 55% indicated that

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How to Leverage Twitter for Your Next Event

Twitter is not just a social networking site for teenagers or celebrities to tweet their day to day activities. Many business owners overlook the fact that Twitter has over 300 million monthly active users, making it an incredibly effective communication channel. And when it comes to putting on an event,

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How Twitter is Making a Resurgence with Live Video

After several quarters of stagnant user growth and slowing sales, Twitter’s recent foray into live video may be able to turn around its fortunes. Featuring high profile events like the presidential debate and Thursday Night Football has put the company back at the forefront of relevant social media platforms. In

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How 360 Video Makes Storytelling Personal

Evidence suggests that videos shot in 360° are both more engaging and more memorable. When video is filmed from all angles, the viewer can see in front, behind and all around. This enables your audience to have a moment in which they can live vicariously through the eyes of your

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What Makes Higher Speaker Fees Worth Your Investment?

Corporations and associations already invest tons of money into their meetings and conventions. Things like food, travel, decor, hotels, and lost man hours can add up quickly. But while expensive catering might make sure the food tastes great, putting your dollars towards a quality speaker can have a much greater

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How Your Keynote Speaker Can Make or Break Your Event

A good keynote speech is like the first paragraph of a novel–it sets the overall tone and context for your entire event. If your keynote speaker fails to capture the imaginations of your audience, they will quickly lose interest and seek entertainment from somewhere else. Here are a few things

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Making Events Memorable: Why Live Music Matters

When it comes to building an event that sticks in the minds of your attendees, entertainment should be your top priority. You could opt for anything from custom video to theatrical acts, but what about live music? Music is widely regarded as the most accessible form of entertainment, and hearing

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2016 Summer Olympics Provide Huge Stage for Virtual Reality

If you aren’t yet sold on virtual reality’s market potential in social media and event production, look no further than the 2016 Olympic Games currently being held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for evidence. The world’s greatest sporting event has always been a showcase for cutting edge technology, and virtual

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The End of Powerpoint: Corporate Theater as an Alternative to Powerpoint

  How many times have you gone to a corporate event that has been dominated by the presentation of Powerpoint slideshows? The answer is most likely quite a few. Powerpoint is perceived as somewhat of a necessary evil at corporate events. No one likes to sit through a dull presentation,

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