Tips for Event Planners

Women who are new at finding a speaker for a Christian women’s event get a little nervous about contacting potential speakers. First of all, they’ve probably spent a lot of time asking around for names of good speakers and are absolutely thrilled when a friend shares the name of a speaker she absolutely loved.

The woman fires off an email to a potential speaker—but gives very little information about her event. I often receive emails that ask only if I am available the date of an event. This video gives event planners—especially newbies—some great tips to prepare them for their first contact with potential speakers.

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I’m now scheduling for Fall/Winter 2013.

Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of you who’ve referred me to other event planners.
I appreciate the new opportunities that come through word-of-mouth referrals!

Visit my speaking topics page to browse my current messages for teen girls and women. 

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