Wow, it's been a while since I had a second to post something! We are on fire over here at Keynote, and are currently interviewing for at least three open positions. Yay, I love opportunities for new ideas, fresh faces, and a chance to grow in a positive direction!
Between needing more qualified personnel, and lots and lots of bookings, the annual IASB Convention (congrats to myself, I was just elected a Governor of IASB, the International Association of Speakers Bureaus!) held in San Diego this year, the phenomenal popularity of some of Keynote's speakers (Guy Kawasaki and his bestselling new book, Enchantment! Louis Zamperini, subject of Laura Hillenbrand's number one bestseller Unbroken!) I am just full of exclamation points this month.
So for now I'll just say this: if you're awesome, we want to talk to you. If you're an awesome salesperson/agent, if you're an awesome speaker, if you're an awesome website designer, or (especially!) an awesome client who wants to book fantastic speakers, we want to talk to you!
Speakers and clients can come from all over the globe, but Keynote employees must live in the San Francisco/San Jose/Silicon Valley area - this is such a high-touch job that telecommuting doesn't work for us.
If you want to see more about the open positions, we're advertising on Craigslist, MPI, and IASB's website. And if you are a fantastic speaker, please email Melissa@KeynoteSpeakers.com to find out what to do next.
And if you're someone who books speakers, and you'll only accept fantastic speaker options, well, you already know whom to call. If you don't have your own personal agent here yet, email me and I'll hook you up with the best of the best.
So if you're awesome, please email me at email@example.com. And do it soon!
More, more, more! Hooray for the resurgence of the corporate/association events industry. Bring it on; we're ready!