“Alan, I know I managed to briefly thank you yesterday after your presentation, but looking through the numerous emails, tweets and feedback forms, I just wanted to reiterate how grateful we are that you took time out to speak at On The Edge yesterday.
The feedback that we’ve received for your presentation has been incredible and was very well received. Not only the content, but the way it was delivered and your enthusiasm was second-to-none, exactly what we wanted. Overall the event was a great success, which we couldn’t have achieved without your participation.”
-Natasha Preocanin, Event Manager, Only Marketing Jobs
Your event needs to run smoothly, and your audience need to go home happy. This is my nine-point guarantee to you:
- A completely professional approach throughout
- An entertaining and informative experience for your audience
- A guarantee that audience members will gain an immediate, valuable take-away
- A speech precisely tailored to your audience and business, with relevant stories and examples
- Full pre-event and post-event support
- No hidden extras or nasty surprises
- Arrival well ahead of time for pre-event discussions, networking and sound check
- Sticking precisely to the time allotted
- A post-event review
My standard introduction is –
“Our next speaker will provide you with insights and actionable advice that you can apply immediately to boost your reputation.
He is a media coach, journalist, PR expert, and author. He is also Past President of the Global Speakers Federation.
His company, MediaCoach, provides individuals and organisations around the world with the skills to communicate more effectively through TV, radio and in print. His new book “The Exceptional Speaker” is about how to deliver sensational speeches.
He has made over 2, 000 radio and TV appearances, both as a presenter and an expert interviewee. He has been quoted in every national UK newspaper, and many others around the world.
He was listed in the Independent newspaper as one of ‘The Top Ten Media Experts in the UK’
Ladies and Gentlemen – Alan Stevens!”