The term keynote speaker is one of the most misunderstood in the meetings and conference industry. Many people confuse keynote speaker with formal host speaker, inspirational speaker, plenary speaker, or industry expert. While any of these speakers could actually be a keynote speaker, most often they are not.
A keynote speaker should be able to capture the essence of your event and be able to highlight it to your audience in a short period of time. In order to sucessfully capture this essence, the keynote speaker should be willing to and capable of researching and understanding your industry, your issues, and your audience. In addition to this, the keynote speaker must add something new and unexpected to the event.
This is why we carefully evaluate each and every request for a keynote speech we receive and do not hesitate to recline, no matter how prestigeous the event or how attractive the business proposition. We are determined to be known as one of the world’s best eGovernment consultancies and for that reason we speak exclusively about core topics in our portfolio.
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