Join us in this lively discussion on the timeless debate of business cards in the digital era. Are traditional cards still relevant? We delve into the power of tangible connections, exploring how a well-crafted business card can make a lasting impression. Discover why, in the midst of technological advancements, the humble business card remains a potent tool for networking and forging meaningful professional relationships. Tune in to unravel The Business Card Debate!
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the entertainment industry, and branding is no exception. In this podcast, we explore how you can use AI to create new and innovative ways to connect with your fans and build your brand.
Jeff was a troubled teen who turned his trials into triumphs. Today he’s a full-time bullying prevention specialist. As a leading communicator on conflict resolution, Jeff is the author of Golden Rule Ambassadors, SQUABBLES®, and Bigfoot Gets Bullied (a #1 Amazon bestseller). Over 1 million people have been impacted by Jeff’s peace-making strategies, earning him two international awards and the title of "Peace Ambassador", recognized by the United Nations.
Jeff’s brand stands out because he rarely ever mentions that he is a professional magician when selling his services.
One of the greatest challenges that both amateur and even professional entertainers face is how to run their show music easily and effectively, without missing a cue. In this episode, we dive into the tech side of the industry. Even your sound is part of the live audience brand experience. The more you portray yourself as a pro the more value you offer to your buyer and your audience.
In this episode, Billy talks with you about how to determine the size of your brand on a prop or backdrop based on venue size. He also provides you the answer for estimated guest size for corporate events of between 480 to nearly 1,000 people, and a maximum capacity of just over nine thousand people for larger venues.