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Try an infographic but if budget/skillset doesn't allow use a word doc and create a pdf. Whatever you do keep it short and sweet and a better suggestion is to use the body of an email for the actual pitch and the attachment/one pager or close too with supplemental info. No one likes reading and...

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Hello! i help organize and run several events here in Arizona and attend many more. In my opinion this is a loaded question and the best answer I can think of is that it depends in where you live and the agenda of the event. Here in Arizona there are a quite a few right at the end of summer and m...

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This is an important question that I am often asked as my clients prepare to make the most of their time at large events. Remember, your primary purpose for attending is to establish meaningful connections. Sure, you might hear and exciting speaker or two, but the most important reason to go is...

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I've spent lots of time in Romania, though Cluj is one of the few cities I have not yet been to. I am not sure if the intended conference audience is international or meant to be residents of Cluj (though for my answer I'm assuming the former). I do not have a specific name for you, but I would...

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Hmmm... Is this a free or low-cost conference? I ask because attendees typically don't like paying good money for a conference and then being pitched on one's own services. If it's low cost and it's made known in advance there will be special offers, etc, then I guess that's okay. I've never se...

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Three good starting points for you: To connect with corporate communications professionals, check out the 2017 International Association of Business Communicators World Conference in Washington, DC, in June: http://wc.iabc.com/ To connect with CSR professionals, check out the 2017 International...

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Where? The world is a big place. Short answer, conferences are not that useful unless you are on a panel/speaking etc. Recommend you focus on building grass roots. Conferences can be a part of it, but how you do conferences matters, otherwise is an expensive use of cash.

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In addition to the great advice that Trishul has shared, I’d like to add that your event is also a business. As someone who produces my own live events (sponsorshipbootcamp.com) and speaks at the events of other promoters (author101university.com, movepeopletoaction.com, etc)... one of the bigges...

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Nearly every high-profile speaker has a website outlining their process, fees, and requirements for speaking engagements. They also have instructions on how to contact and book them.

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Since you're already using metals for naming your packages: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum...it only makes sense to add a Titanium package. The names you are suggesting are good, but you'll need to change your naming convention to something like: Basic Partner, Standard Partner, Collaborative P...

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