The Insider Secrets of Hiring Professional Speakers

Andrew Vine, CEO, The Insight Bureau

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)

Date : March 28, 2017

Time : 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM

Price : $15.00

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Description

Hosted by the Marketing & Communications Committee


In a world which has become increasingly digital, the analogue world of bringing people physically together still matters, arguably more than ever. Especially in B2B marketing, events are potent tools to engage with business clients, partners and indeed with internal stakeholders. So long as you do it right! Inviting speakers is never easy, and hiring professional speakers raises the stakes further. In this session, Andrew Vine, CEO of a global professional speaker bureau, will present and talk to members about the power of engaging professional speakers (and moderators) across various types of events, show how to avoid the pitfalls and to deliver good results. He will also provide his personal insights and observations into what makes a good speaker, and share with participants a process we can all adopt to minimize the risks inherent in hiring speakers.

About the Speaker:

Andrew Vine
CEO
The Insight Bureau

Andrew Vine is the Founder and CEO of The Insight Bureau, an agency representing top level professional speakers, operating in the area of business and economics. The Insight Bureau was established 10 years ago, and operates globally from Singapore and is incorporated in the UK. He is the author of “Honestly Speaking”, a comprehensive book about the events business and the world of professional speakers, published in 2016. Andrew previously worked with The Economist Group in Asia for 13 years, firstly running their Corporate Network programme and latterly heading Economist Conferences’ sponsorship business globally. He is originally from the UK, but has spent the past 27 years in Asia, 24 in Singapore.

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