10 Tips for Hiring and Working with Speakers

1) Don’t skimp when you search. Look for the following information about your speaker to make the most informed decision:

  • full-length biographies
  • real or streaming audio or video clips
  • a schedule of upcoming live preview opportunities
  • program titles
  • audiovisual requirements
  • testimonials and references to contact

2) Don’t assume you have plenty of time. Start looking for a speaker as soon as you finalize your

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