"A fresh perspective -- using the latest web technology -- is always what eBoost delivers. They're engaging, provocative, and their fresh approach hits all the hot buttons of marketers across industries. They are willing to share their proven methods for creating superior solutions. And they are always an audience favorite. I learn something new every time I hear them speak."
- KM, Program Planner, SDSIC
Humans are overwhelmingly visually dominant. The nerve pathways from the eyes to the brain are 25 times larger than the next biggest – the auditory. That is why, in every presentation, we can promise you the following:
Whether it's a panel or keynote, our consultants and executives are invited back for repeat appearances time and again. Our consultants have spoken across the country to a diverse clientele that includes entrepreneurs, CEOs, college students, and marketing executives. Here are some of the most common topics:
All of our presentations are available in keynote, half-day, and full-day format – perfect for corporate events, conventions, general or breakout sessions, association meetings, trade shows, and sales meetings.
When you select our consultants for your event, we’ll create a presentation from scratch based on information we collect from you. It will be fast-paced. It will be fun. It will be packed with specific tasks on how your attendees can improve their results- and you’ll get the credit for arranging it!
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