Speaking at a conference can be a great marketing opportunity. Speaking gigs give professionals a chance to educate, engage, and amplify messaging for their brand, while getting their name out and putting a public face on their company. Conference audiences are guaranteed to be interested in your company’s industry and should be respected as potential partners and leads.

As seasoned conference attendees and large-scale conference curators, we’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. From straight-up memorized sales pitches to pure product jargon, we’re tired of watching content be about companies and not about their audiences. Here’s a quick list of Dos and Don’ts to help you out with your next speaking engagement:














If there’s one major takeaway, never forget about content and never forget about your audience. Time and time again we always want to reiterate, as a speaker and business leader, you have a commitment to your audience to bring true value.



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