There are all types of events and occasions that call for you to send in your bio ahead of time—podcast interviews, speaking presentations, keynote speaking, book signings, author readings. But they don’t all require the same amount of detail and information, do they? It’s not uncommon for a program ... » Learn More about GGS – FEBRUARY SPEAKER BLOG POST – SHORT-MEDIUM-LONG BIOS
You’ve probably attended an event (a conference, a wedding, or a private party) where picture-taking stations are available, and you may have wondered if adding one to your event is worth it. You’ll need to consider your budget and goals for your event, of course, but that’s what we’re here for! We ... » Learn More about GGS – FEB. PM BLOG – DOES YOUR EVENT NEED A SELFIE STATION?
Okay, we’re going to rip the Band-Aid right off here — what we used to think of as a “book tour” is really no longer a thing. If you’re in the process of writing your first book, you’re probably aware that in addition to book sales, your income will come from appearances, presentations, and talks. ... » Learn More about GGS-JANUARY SPEAKER BLOG-ORGANIZING A SUCCESSFUL BOOK TOUR
This is not news in the green industry. When you attend almost any green conference, meeting, flower show, or trade show, it’s pretty obvious we are an older crowd. Not across the board and without exception, mind you, but the vast majority of our industry is over 45, and there’s been talk for years ... » Learn More about GGS-JANUARY PM Post-7 WAYS TO ATTRACT YOUNGER PEOPLE TO YOUR EVENT
Now that in-person conferences and gatherings are starting to be a thing again post(ish)-Covid, it’s time to rethink how you connect with colleagues. The term “networking” has been used in the past, but honestly, we’re not really fans of the way that’s previously been done. Why? Because we’ve all ... » Learn More about 10 WAYS TO NETWORK AT AN EVENT WITHOUT FEELING CRINGEY