How seminars can help your business
Seminars are a great way to expand the reach of your business and attract new clients.
A business seminar is a wonderful tool for investing a small amount of capital and receiving massive returns if done correctly. The amount of clients that can be gathered, networked with, and even befriended is astronomical! A business seminar however must be run properly and efficiently,and also marketed correctly.Should you fail to properly promote, and network attendee’s. I’m talking way before the actual date as in 6 months to a year, you could end up renting a venue for yourself. I’m going to break down some tips to avoid this. Giving you a constructive way to start planning is the goal here!
Think of it like putting watermelon in a field.
Watermelon in a field? What does that have to do with seminars? Well what happens after the first ant discovers the watermelon? He brings more ants. Every person that you connect with brings their brand with them. The entire network of possible connections with seminars is insane. It’s a connection goldmine! Just imagine, you budget $10,000 for a Seminar to be put on. Hire social media marketers to spread the word, and invite loads of guest speakers. They almost do most of the seminar for you!. Not only is your brand associated with a great event but YOU are the one EVERYONE wants to impress.
Seminars can be risky through, and must be planned carefully.
For a Seminar to go well, it must be well thought out with no details left out. Careful use of free offers to medium sized, and local flourishing establishments can be a great way to have others fill your seminar for you. Think about how many clients would come from just you, imagine now someone is invited to speak at a huge business seminar about their success. Each of them bringing with them their entourage of friend and clients they need to impress. Who in turn bring their friends… Etc. you start to see the picture?
Promotional networking through a business seminar can be a game changer.
I leave you with the end prospect, a seminar may be a risky investment but the potential payoff far outweighs the risks. And with today’s highly interconnected markets seminars fill up fast. At the end of the day if they weren’t worth the investment. Why would there be thousands every day. Globally?