The Conference Cashflow Podcast is dedicated to helping you put on live events and produce a stream of cashflow.
Erin Joy Joins Us To Share How She Used Negotiations Tactics Learned From Conference Cashflow to SAVE Thousands of $$$
In this Episode: Erin Joy talks about the negotiation techniques she used to save over $10,000 in hard costs at her yearly conference.
How A Fitness Expert Created a Live Event Bringing together her community.
This episode goes into how to negotiate on a minimal budget and maximize profits and experience.
Conference Cashflow Podcast - Episode 7: How to create memorable live events by anchoring them in experiences.
In this episode, Dave Lukas of Grow. Thrive. Revive. and The Misfit Entrepreneur explains how to create memorable live events by anchoring them in experiences that attendees will remember long after the event is over.
Learn How Jane Deuber of Global Experts Accelerator markets and fills up Her Retreats
This episode is geared towards learning how to Market and conduct action orientated retreats.
The Conference Cashflow Podcast - Episode 5: Jennifer Crawford shares how to put on a niche event and become a Key Person of Interest
In this episode you will learn how to put on an event with a minimal budget and brand yourself as a thought leader within your niche!
Learn how Erin Joy used a signature event to unite business women.
Erin Joy shares what it takes to plan a signature event from concept to launch. Erin has been able to create a signature event for female business owners from all over the country.
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Great “Back End” Conference Info I Always Wanted to Know!
I heard about this podcast, listened to one episode, then wound up listening to all eight episodes in one day because it was so informative and intriguing! Keep bringing this detailed type of information and I will definitely keep listening and supporting you! Hungry for more!
He knows conferences
Chris is one of the few who practices what he preaches. He puts on conferences that are amazing, and teaches how to do it too. Thanks!
I don't produce events, but it's really interesting to see the "behind the scenes" details that I never hear about as just an attendee.