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The Latest Tips On Event Planning & Trends In Keynote Speakers

70 Reasons to Celebrate Israel

Posted by WWSG Staff on May 21, 2018 1:00:00 PM

Jerusalem

This article was originally published on Tabletmag.com and has been republished here with permission from the author. It is meant to be 70 lines dedicated towards Israel to celebrate the nation's 70th birthday.
Click here to read the original article, and click here to learn more about Bernard-Henri Levy.

E pluribus unum… 102 different origins… And, from that, a single nation!

The first multiethnic nation, in other words, that really works.

The first republic on the Rousseau model, where one fine day someone said, “Let’s make a Contract” and lo! the Contract was made.

Country of refuge.

Country of a promise.

A superfluous country for superfluous people.

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Topics: International Events

Matt Schlapp: WHCA dinner will turn Americans tired of the hate to Trump's side

Posted by WWSG Staff on May 17, 2018 10:45:00 AM

Capital BuildingThe White House Correspondents’ Association dinner has come and gone and for that we are all very thankful. But the political overhang of the dinner is adding momentum to President Trump’s favorite theme, that the D.C. swamp can only be reformed if additional conservative voices are elected in November. A dinner is just an evening, but this dinner could actually help cement even more independent-minded Americans to the Trump cause.

To remind you, a so-called comic and her profanity-laced, vulgar monologue was the main “entertainment” at the dinner.

Jokes about abortion were just the appetizer for jokes about apparent physical harm to Kellyanne Conway and of course the public bullying of Sarah Huckabee Sanders. All of this was simply not funny, and for my wife Mercedes and me it warranted an early exit and an immediate GPS search for the closest bar.
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Topics: Top Speaker on Politics

A Look Inside the WWSG Marketing Team

Posted by WWSG Staff on Apr 30, 2018 1:17:00 PM

Marketing at WWSG

The heart of any business lies in marketing. The most successful companies, big or small, depend on effective marketing.

The term "marketing" covers a lot of different activities -- all associated with selling your company's products and services. This can be tricky for a lecture agency, like the Worldwide Speakers Group, where the products and services are people and their keynote speeches.

Rahna Faddoul, Manager of Marketing at WWSG, understands the importance of determining what the client needs and creating demand, the two things marketing should encompass.

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How Much Does A Keynote Speaker Cost?

Posted by WWSG Staff on Apr 27, 2018 5:00:00 PM

Dollar bills

Some may think that finding the cost for a keynote speaker is as simple as a Google search. After all, Google holds the answers for almost anything. Unfortunately, many factors play into how much a client spends on a keynote speaker, which is why many speaker bureaus do not automatically list a speaker’s fee, also known as their honorarium. Instead, their website will read: “contact us for fee” in order to share the number.

When searching for the estimated cost for a keynote speaker, most search results will lead in the direction of a speaker or lecture agency. Some may see this as secrecy, but it is because fees can vary depending on many factors.

Depending on location, duration of the keynote and audience size, a speaker may adjust his or her honorarium. Due to this, many speakers and clients use lecture agencies as their resource to negotiate and contact more notoriously private speakers. Lecture agencies specialize in finding and contacting highly sought-after keynote speakers.

Despite the variation in costs from speaker to speaker, there are some trends that help estimating the price for certain keynote speakers.

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How WWSG's Brand Meets the Needs of Customers, Keynote Speakers, and Events

Posted by WWSG Staff on Apr 22, 2018 12:25:00 PM

WWSG Speakers Map

With the change and evolution of modern technologies, businesses big and small are doing everything they can to keep up. For it is the process of attracting targeted audiences to the company and brand that will spell the difference between a successfully thriving business – and a failed one.

Sharon McMahon, the digital mastermind at the Worldwide Speakers Group, is the in-house expert at all things graphic design, aesthetics and digital marketing. She shares her inside views and just exactly what it means to keep up (and excel) in the digital world.

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Newt Gingrich: Here’s an incredible glimpse of what awaits us in the future

Posted by WWSG Staff on Apr 17, 2018 9:15:00 AM

Artificial Intelligence 

This blog article was originally published on FoxNews.com, and has been republished here with permission from the author.
Click here to read the original article.

I had the opportunity to glimpse a large part of the future this week. I think you will find it as amazing as I did.

Dr. Kiron Skinner, a remarkable scholar, hosted me at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.

According to the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” rankings, Carnegie Mellon has the nation’s top graduate level artificial intelligence (AI) program and one of the top five undergraduate computer engineering programs. On Wednesday, the people at Carnegie Mellon showed me a few of the reasons they are held in such high regard.

Before I get into what I saw this week, let me better explain what I mean by seeing a glimpse of the future.

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Topics: Top Speaker on Politics, Technology Speakers, WWSG's Top Speakers

Allen B. West: The DC Protest On Guns & Ideological Child Abuse

Posted by WWSG Staff on Apr 9, 2018 3:00:00 PM

Allen B. West

This blog article was oringially published on CNSnews.com, and has been republished here with permission from the author.
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This weekend it is estimated that hundreds of thousands of young people will gather in Washington DC in response of the February 14th shooting in Parkland Florida at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in an event called the “March for Our Lives.” This area is very familiar for me, as it was within the congressional district that I was honored to represent in 2011-2013. The tragedy there is unconscionable, and so has been the misguided response based not upon rectifying the situation but rather an ideological agenda. What has transpired since February 14, 2018 has been a targeted ideological abuse of young people who have not been allowed to grieve over the trauma of which they were subjected. And the planned protest that is scheduled for this weekend in Washington DC is just another example of the progressive socialist left hijacking a tragedy for their ideological purposes, unconcerned about who they emotionally abuse along the way.

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Topics: WWSG's Top Speakers

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: The Epidemic of Gun Violence is Treatable

Posted by WWSG Staff on Mar 21, 2018 2:00:00 PM

Dr. Sanjay Gupta on gun violence

This article was originally published on CNN.com, and has been republished here with permission from the author.
Click here to read the original article.

As a doctor who works at an international news network, I often see the worst stories of all. In Iraq and Afghanistan, the horrific realities of the battlefield are funneled and concentrated in the medical tents where I have reported for more than a decade. I have seen patients infected with Ebola in West Africa who dehydrate to death, with no treatment in sight. There are other stories I still can't talk about.

Any doctor, any person really, will tell you it is the preventable deaths that haunt you the most; lives lost needlessly, when they could've been saved. If we can't get this part right, all of our other efforts toward treating the sickest patients lose meaning.

Depending on your perspective, homicides with a gun, which we witness far too often in this country, may not be the thing you consider when thinking of preventable deaths. If, however, you think of violence as an infectious disease, your perspective may change.

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Topics: Sanjay Gupta, Healthcare Speakers

A Chinese Puzzle: Why Economic “Reform” in Xi’s China Has More Meanings than Market Liberalization

Posted by WWSG Staff on Mar 15, 2018 7:35:00 AM

This article was originally published on MacroPolo.org, and has been republished here with permission from the author.
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Imagine, for a moment, that you’re writing a short history of reform euphoria in China. Your essay would be, well, pretty short.

From my vantage point, at least, in the last decade there have been just two notable moments of exuberance about the prospects for economic reform in China. One was in 2011, when China issued its 12th Five Year Plan (2011-2015). This document marked a noteworthy shift in the underlying thinking about China’s growth model and distribution priorities. And it came at an important juncture in China’s post-1978 economic history: Four years earlier, in 2007, then Premier Wen Jiabao had called China’s economy “unstable, unbalanced, uncoordinated, and unsustainable”—a searing indictment of the prevailing growth model that seemed to lay the political groundwork for a much-delayed shift in strategy.

By 2011, that shift seemed finally to have come—at least on paper.

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Topics: Top Speaker on Politics, Evan Feigenbaum

Honoring Female Keynote Speakers in Women's History Month

Posted by WWSG Staff on Mar 9, 2018 1:07:54 PM

International Women's Day

Every year, the month of March is a time we celebrate and honor all of women’s history. In 1987, Congress declares March as National Women’s History Month in perpetuity. Now, it is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. It is celebrated throughout the month of March in just the United States, but also the United Kingdom and Australia.

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Topics: Women Keynote Speakers

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