Tips for Hiring a Certified Virtual Keynote Presenter

The keynote speaker at any event has a major role to play in its success. A keynote speech is designed to either kick off the conference or event on a high note or to provide the principal presentation at some time during the event.

The Right Professional for the Event

Hiring a certified virtual keynote presenter is important when it comes to getting the right person for the job. Anyone with a certified virtual presenter designation has completed specific tasks and provided speeches through virtual platforms that meet the very rigorous standards of the National Speakers Association (if they are a Certified Professional Speaker), as well as the Certified Virtual Presenters designation from eSpeakers.

These certified virtual keynote presenter choices provide an experienced speaker who will provide an exceptional message for the audience. Using powerful personal stories and scenarios carefully chosen for the group, the conference or event will be off to a powerful and positive start.

Hiring Tips

To book a certified virtual keynote presenter that is ideal for your conference, consider the following tips:

• Budget – keynote speakers are in demand around the world. Choosing to go virtual can help to reduce the costs associated with bringing in a speaker, allowing the company to hire the very best.

• Sample the speaker’s work – the top speakers and presenters are easy to find online, with video coverage of their events or snippets from their virtual presentations. Take the time to listen to get a sense of what to expect.

• Ask about customization – top keynote presenters should be willing to work with the company or business to deliver the specific message. This customized approach increases engagement and audience connection with the speaker and with the conference.

The right keynote presenter adds to any event or conference. Taking the time to find the best match is time worth investing.

Doug Dvorak’s virtual keynote presentations are authentic and exciting. Contact him today for a free 30-minute consultation.