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Top Speakers Form Association

Top Speakers Form Association

Professional Speakers NZ is a new association that has been formed in New Zealand from a desire by the top people who speak at conferences, present workshops, do training, and talk at after dinner events and breakfast events for a living, as a profession, to get together to network with each other, add to their own professional business skills and build a referral network of the top speakers.

One of the founder members is professional speaker Richard Gee, who has made a successful living out of professionally speaking in New Zealand since 1983, and he comments “Being a top professional speaker carries a great deal of responsibility. Your message can help change individuals, change a business, and make positive affects within people’s lives and businesses.”

Richard believes that the gathering together of top speakers to form an association will not only help the speakers, who will focus on giving referrals to other top speakers, but it will also help business clients and conference and event organisers when they are looking for somebody who will always headline the conference, or deliver from experience messages that really work.

Membership of Professional Speakers NZ is only available by invitation, and some of the top New Zealand speakers are currently inviting other well known speakers to join as members. The website, professionalspeakersnz.com features some of the members and contact details for the top professional speakers.

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