For most business owners, experts and entrepreneurs, getting more speaking gigs is a conflicted priority: you want to do more speaking but finding the time and understanding the process of researching and booking often keeps you from being on that stage.
The best thing for you is to have someone else pitch on your behalf and you can focus on crafting your message instead of wasting time in research and follow-up calls.
Having me pitching you is an added bonus that alters the perception of booking agents. When you are represented by someone else, people think of you as an established speaker. Similar to the entertainment industry, where just about everyone has an agent, you too can be represented. “My client is available on this date for this rate…” is more professional (and more desirable) to booking agents that you trying to sell yourself.
- One Sheet Creation
- Research Opportunities
- Contact and Negotiate with Booking Agents
- Maintain your Speaking and Event calendar
- Make sure your Media Kit is client-ready; contains your best testimonials, Demo. Video, and Updated Material
- Create and maintain a database that houses your client and industry related contacts, and warm target market leads
- Assists with cultivating and maintaining relationships with key contacts and potential clients
- Manages your email and social media campaigns and maintaining your subscriber lists
- Setting up and market your Webinars and Teleseminars
- Follow Up
- Create Presentation Materials
- Assist at Speaking Events