You are invited to join us in the first meeting of 2016, where we will specifically focus on the business models for speakers. Our guest speaker, William Buist, will be joining us via SKYPE from the United Kingdom, presenting on the topic “The Business of Speaking – Business models that work“.You will walk away with the following:
* What a business model is,
* How it helps you make more sustainable profits and fewer costly mistakes,
* Examine some professional speaking business models in detail, and
* How that helps you to pitch for gigs with more confidence.In addition, we have two exciting showcases lined up: Chris Vermeulen, our national treasurer, will be sharing more about his expertise, and Venessa Chetty will give us more insight into her offering.
About William Buist
William Buist is a speaker, regular contributor to FT Advisor, and many other business publications, author and business facilitator that changes organisations so that they increase sustainable profits & avoid costly mistakes. Built on real-world practical challenges, like the merger of Lloyds with TSB, and critical projects with the policy-makers, regulators and government, his techniques have been proven time-and-time again and are supported by numerous case studies and war stories.
A seasoned expert on collaboration, teams and effective business models, he is known today for making a dramatic business impact, both for owners and executives. His often-times intuitive approach helps them uncover invaluable insights about who they are and what they do, in the process enabling them to transform their businesses quickly and sustainably.
Venue: Hacklebrooke Conference Centre, Cnr Conrad Drive and Jan Smuts Avenue, Hyde Park
Date: 18 January 2016
Chapter meeting time: 18h30 – 21h30
Cost: Free to all paid up PSASA members, R300 for guests and R120 for spouses of members.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Adele du Rand
PSASA Gauteng Chapter President 2015/16