For Speakers Bureaus

We work with a select number of qualified speakers bureau partners, most of which are members of the International Association of Speakers Bureaus (IASB), and we have really enjoyed building those relationships over the years.

For us, the best speakers bureau relationships operate from a foundation of trust. We understand that the end client is the bureau’s client, and we bend over backward to support and maintain that relationship. We believe that spinoffs belong to the bureau, and we’re meticulous in keeping records so we’ll know, when a prospective client calls, if that client should be served through the bureau. We also subscribe to the notion that “the tie goes to the bureau”.

Because of that foundation of trust, we do not maintain a separate “bureau-friendly” website. These days, any third grader with an iPhone and Google can find anyone on the planet in about 2.3 seconds. If someone contacts us, and the business should go through a bureau, that’s where we’ll take it.

If you represent a speakers bureau and we’ve not worked with you before, please contact us. We love developing good, mutually beneficial relationships with professionals in bureaus worldwide. We look forward to the prospect of working with you and your clients.

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