There is a huge amount of attention (hype?) currently about Generative AI models like ChatGPT. Technology enthusiasts are saying this type of technology will change virtually every industry and business.
With many experts predicting an economic slowdown, consider rebalancing your external communications mix.
We surveyed dozens of conference producers last quarter to find out how they envisioned conferences evolving in 2021.
In 2020, huge changes took place on a global scale. If you’re a thought leader and you’re hoping to earn a speaking opportunity at a major conference, it is critical to ensure that your discussion topic correlates to the macro trends being discussed at conferences.
The shift to virtual conferences has made it easier for thought leaders to present. The hurdles of huge time commitments with cumbersome travel has been alleviated and the advent of more but shorter events has created a plethora of new opportunities to speak. Conference producers are now creating more conferences than ever. But, this doesn’t…
Not too long ago conferences were an amazing way to meet, learn about, and enjoy virtually any topic. The pandemic has changed the conference universe radically, at least for the time being.
As of early March, the rapid spread of COVID-19 worldwide is wreaking havoc (having an even greater impact than first anticipated) on the conference world.
The holy grail of marketing communications is finding the right mix of activities to convey the right message to the right audience all within a set budget.
Presenting at a conference is a major undertaking, are the benefits really worth the effort?
Thought leadership. You see this term all the time, especially when considering speaking at conferences. But what exactly is thought leadership?
Here are 7 simple things you can do to build your executive speaking program into a highly impactful and successful part of your marketing and communications strategy.