Keynote Extravaganza Event Celebrates “Infopreneurial” Business Model

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For today’s professional speaker, coach, consultant, and entrepreneur, the 9 to 5 world of traditional Corporate America is a distant memory. As downsizing and layoffs continue to be realities in and around New England, thousands of local professionals have created unique entrepreneurial models, successfully crafting entire businesses and product lines around their own expertise. Among these ‘infopreneurs’ are professional speakers, consultants, informational marketers, and trainers – many of whom have managed to do extremely well for themselves selling their know-how and expertise to…you guessed it…Corporate America.

Tired of the rat race? For today’s professional speaker, coach, consultant, and entrepreneur, the 9 to 5 world of traditional Corporate America is a distant memory. As downsizing and layoffs continue to be realities in and around New England, thousands of local professionals have created unique entrepreneurial models, successfully crafting entire businesses and product lines around their own expertise. Among these ‘infopreneurs’ are professional speakers, consultants, informational marketers, and trainers – many of whom have managed to do extremely well for themselves selling their know-how and expertise to…you guessed it…Corporate America.

How did they do it? How do they continue to sustain – or grow- their unique business models in a competitive marketplace? And where can they continue to learn and develop their skills and network with other savvy infopreneurs?

The 2005 Super Keynote Extravaganza, hosted by the New England Chapter of the National Speakers’ Association, offers a jam-packed forum that offers insight, information, and expertise for today’s “infopreneur.” Held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Natick, Massachusetts, on April 8th and 9th, this day and a half-long program is designed to help the professional speaker, consultant, information marketer, trainer, entrepreneur, and coach prepare for the future.

Featuring some of the best professional speakers in the industry, the Keynote Extravaganza will showcase experts who have successfully stayed ahead of the “infopreneurial” curve and who will share how other speakers, consultants, and business-owners can do the same.

With one dynamic presentation after another, Extravaganza attendees will be treated to a day-long event of motivational speakers, futurists, and sales and marketing gurus on Saturday, April 9th, 2005. A sampling of some of the topics includes, “Big Planet, Small World - Connecting with People in the Internet Age” by sales expert and author Jerry Gitchel, “Beyond Tomorrow: The Future Is NOT What It Used to Be!” by noted futurist Terry J. van der Werff, DPhil, CMC, and “It’s Time to Invest in Yourself” with motivational speaker Tina Dupree, PhD, “The Chicken Lady.”

For those infopreneurs who want to network with Extravaganza speakers and other infopreneurs in the New England area, a formal networking event and dinner will be held on April 8th. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to pick the brains of the successfully self-employed, and to meet other like-minded professionals during this evening program.

The New England Chapter of the National Speakers’ Association is hosting this first-time Super Keynote Extravaganza, and is one of 36 chapters of the National Speakers’ Association. The National Speakers Association, which has 4,000 members from around the world, is celebrating its 30th year of serving the speaking profession and the meetings industry.

For more information about the Extravaganza and to register for the April 8th and 9th program, please contact the New England Chapter of the National Speakers’ Association at 800.672.8330 or by visiting their web site at:

http://www.nsanewengland.com/events.asp

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