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How to Use Instagram Storytelling for Live Events

The phrase “A picture tells a thousand words” is especially true when it comes to live events. As a meeting planner you could tell someone all day long about how great your latest conference was, but it’s never quite the same as being there. A picture or movie is the closest you can get to

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How to Become a Working Artist – Seminar

Have you ever wondered why it takes the typical actor, singer, dancer, writer, filmmaker, or director SO many years to break into the business? And have you ever wondered why no one in the entertainment industry is willing to share the insider secrets you REALLY need to know to get past the gatekeepers to become

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Speaker’s Office Founder Joins Panel

Holli Catchpole, Founder of Speaker’s Office speaker management will be joining the panel at the Speaker Sponsorship 101 seminar. Holli has over 25 years of experience managing some of the top business speakers in the country. She’s a contributing author of the book “Paid to Speak – Best Practices for Building a Successful Speaking Practice”

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Worldwide Speaker’s Bureau Founder on Panel

We are very happy to have Jan Jones, the founder of Jan Jones Worldwide Speaker’s Bureau on our panel at the Speaker Sponsorship 101 Seminar in San Diego on Oct. 26th. Jan is well known in the industry for handling top international speaking giants, such as Richard Branson and Donald Trump, Jr. Her career has

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Guest Speaker – Brian Smith, Founder of Ugg Boots

The Speaker Sponsorship 101 event in San Diego is thrilled to have Brian Smith, founder of Ugg Boots as our guest speaker. We couldn’t have picked a better speaker to launch the Speaker Sponsorship Seminar than Brian. He has truly been on both sides of the sponsorship aisle, both as a small business owner and

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Speaker Sponsorship Seminar Launches in San Diego

If you’re a professional speaker you have probably noticed by now that the speaking industry is changing. As more and more budgets are being cut, professional speakers are being asked to speak for free at conferences and events. This puts a strain on professional speakers who have been used to getting paid for their hard