Marketing your conference or event is a lot of work. Here are some tips and a plan of action to start selling tickets, on boarding sponsors and making sure your next event is a big success.
Getting the most from your keynote speaker after your conference or event is not a difficult task, but it requires an organized marketing approach and a distillation of the keynote speech to sent to your audience. Here’s a few pointers on how to do that.
Whether you lead a Fortune 500 company or simply want to motivate yourself to rise to the next level, you can learn many lessons from the world’s top keynote speakers.
Frequently Asked Questions What is Robinson Speakers Bureau? Since 2009, Robinson Speakers Bureau has helped book keynote speakers for hundreds of events, conferences, and expos worldwide. The team spends hours vetting speakers, watching live performances, checking references and meeting them in-person before recommending anyone to clients. Our carefully-vetted speakers are experts in innovation, business, leadership, […]
Invite Richard Branson to be a guest speaker, and meet the face, spirit, and entrepreneurial mastermind behind Virgin. Richard Branson has a unique vision, competitive style, and showy nature.
Booking a keynote speaker for your event can seem daunting when you’re starting your search. The trick to pinpointing the right speaker is by understanding not only what your audience wants to hear, but also finding a keynote speaker with the correct energy.
Martina defeated all the odds and became one of the greatest tennis stars of all time. She won 59 Grand Slams, including a record 9 Wimbledons.
Kevin O’Leary’s reputation was built on vision, investment smarts and a drive to succeed. In addition to being one of the Dragons, O’Leary is a ‘Shark’ on the ABC show, Shark Tank.
The speaking market has exploded over the last ten years, to the point where nearly every new author wants to start giving speeches at the corporate level. For a buyer of keynote speakers, it is increasingly difficult to find fresh speakers who are very good at giving presentations.
Bruce has helped create some of the world’s most compelling brands : Hasbro, Nike, American Express, Charles Schwabb, Citicorp, Discovery Networks, Bacardi, Sol Melia Hotels, Azamara Club Cruises.
Steve Wozniak is a Silicon Valley icon and philanthropist. He helped shape the computing industry with his design of Apple’s first line of products the Apple I and II and influenced the popular Macintosh. Essentially he was the electrical engineer behind Apple, and was partners with Steve Jobs.
Brought to you in partnership with CAA, Gary Vaynerchuk is the 35 year old “King of Social Media.” Vaynerchuk is one of the first Facebook users that maxed-out his friend limit, with over 17,000 requests pending. He also has close to a million followers on Twitter and was included in Business Week’s list of the top 20 people every entrepreneur should follow.
Colette Carlson is a human behavior expert and CPAE Hall of Fame motivational keynote speaker who inspires organizations and individuals to connect and communicate in real and relevant ways. With wit, humor and sincerity, each of Colette’s presentations weaves together real-life lessons on genuine connection and the tools to leverage those connections for personal and professional success.
Carly Patterson captured the heart of the nation when she won the All-Around Gold Medal in Women’s Gymnastics at the 2004 Olympics. She was the first American woman to win the title in 20 years
Joe Terranova is a series regular on CNBC sFast Moneyand the chief market strategist for Virtus Investment Partners, a $25 billion Hartford-based asset management firm.
Cy Wakeman is a drama researcher, global thought-leader, and New York Times best-selling author who is recognized for cultivating a counter-intuitive, reality-based approach to leadership.
A native of Stockholm, Tegmark left Sweden in 1990 after receiving his B.Sc. in Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology (he’d earned a B.A. in Economics the previous year at the Stockholm School of Economics). His first academic venture beyond Scandinavia brought him to California, where he studied physics at the University of California, Berkeley, earning his M.A. in 1992, and Ph.D. in 1994.
Mr. Sundar Pichai has been the Chief Executive Officer of Google Inc., since October 02, 2015. Mr. Pichai leads the product management and innovation efforts for a suite of Google’s search and consumer products, including iGoogle, Google Toolbar, Desktop Search and Gadgets, Google Pack and Gears. He has more than 15 years of experience developing high-tech consumer and enterprise products.
Chris Ulrich is a body language expert, political consultant, improvisational actor, and personal coach. He is the founder CU in the Moment, a company with a multi-disciplined approach to educating clients about body language, personal confidence, and presentation skills.
Zeynep Ton is an adjunct associate professor in the operations management group at MIT Sloan School of Management and the author of The Good Jobs Strategy: How the Smartest Companies Invest in Employees to Lower Costs & Boost Profits. Before MIT Sloan, she spent seven years on the faculty at Harvard Business School.