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7 Virtual Conference Success Factors

7 Virtual Conference Success Factors

SPECIAL COVID 19 ANNOUNCEMENT  During the Covid-19 crisis, your friends at The Speaker Exchange have been hard at work helping event planners and speakers adjust their plans. Virtual conferences and events can be a great alternative for some meetings. This article is great advice for your next webinar or online…

Moon Landing


By John O’Leary Reposted from With ever-expanding anxiety around coronavirus, it can feel as if the end is near, there is no reason for hope and we are all doomed.  Just go home, wash your hands and wait for the end. And yet, it’s heartening to remember: This is far from the…

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In Pursuit of Parades

Post by Ashley Fox, Award-winning Sports Journalist and Analyst Before Wednesday, the last parade I actively watched was the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl parade through downtown Philly two years ago. I should have been there, either as a journalist or a spectator among the nearly two million fans who celebrated…

Create Audience Loyalty: 7 Ways To Pamper Your Attendees

Create Audience Loyalty: 7 Ways to Pamper Your Attendees

The landscape has changed for event planners, and it’s harder than it’s ever been to gain loyalty from attendees and participants. It used to be a signal of an event’s success if you achieved a certain target number of “butts-in-seats.”  But that doesn’t cut it anymore. Our current, hyper-competitive atmosphere…

Why Work With A Speaker Bureau

Why work with a speaker bureau?

Hi there, Brittanny Kreutzer here! I was talking to one of my clients the other day, and he mentioned how much he values our relationship and why he will always use a speaker bureau.  Being that I am usually the one expounding the value of a speaker bureau to our…

Creating Wow Factor: Three Ways To Make Your Event Surprising

Creating Wow Factor: Three Ways to Make Your Event Surprising

Who doesn’t love a surprise?  Event planners, that’s who!  The truth is when event planners think “surprises”, they’re remembering horror stories when missed details or unplanned mistakes have caused convention disasters. Planners make their money in precision; it’s their job to think of everything and plan every meeting down to…

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