BeschreibungAfter working as a band leader for twenty years, John Palmer searched the yellow pages of New York City for an established business that he could translate to his hometown of Chicago. While there were established, professional speakers in Chicago, there was no speakers bureau that served the market at the national level. This led him to found the National Speakers Bureau in 1972. The first foray into the business came when Palmer arranged for Rod Serling, renowned screenwriter, to speak at Michigan State University. During the 1970s, John Palmer became a force in this developing industry. He devoted his career to encouraging high standards in his firm through his work with peers in the meeting industry. In remembrance of John Palmer s contribution to the lecture industry,
Untertitel: Speakers Bureau. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Sess Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2011
Seitenanzahl: 68 Seiten