Don't Let Your Keynote Fall Flat! Hiring A Speaker That Inspires

Posted on: 28 March 2019

Some keynote speakers have what it takes to deliver a speech that truly inspires. Other keynote speakers fall flat. How do you know who to hire? If you are in charge of finding keynote speaking talent that is really going to be a treat, here is how to go about it and what to look for.  Watch Videos of Speakers In this digital age, everyone tapes everybody and everything. While that might not always be a good thing, it definitely works to your advantage when you are trying to hire a keynote speaker.
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Promotional Letter Openers Make Great Freebies That Promote Your Company

Posted on: 13 December 2018

If you're looking for a useful promotional item to give away to clients and for promoting your business, then consider plastic letter openers. These tools can be used by anyone at home or at the office, so you won't have to worry about the item being tossed aside. The more your promotional item is used, the more advertising value you get from it. Here are some ideas for customizing the letter openers and giving them away.
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Why Offices Should Use Desk Nameplates On Cubicles

Posted on: 3 October 2018

Desk nameplates are typically expected on desks of high-level executives with their own plush offices. Most people imagine that the bosses of a company will have their name prominently displayed on their desk in gold lettering. That doesn't mean that employees in hundreds of other job positions don't need and deserve their own desk nameplate, too. Consider these reasons why everyone who works at a cubicle in your company may benefit from having a nameplate.
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3 Tips to Help You Win a Federal Contract

Posted on: 29 March 2018

If your business has an opportunity to apply for a federal or government contract that could prove quite lucrative, you're probably already dreaming of what that extra cash could do for your company. That said, landing a government contract is easier said than done, especially at the federal level. If you want to nail your proposal and get the job, here are three tips that might help. 1. Be Concise and to the Point
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