Corporate Master of Ceremonies – Best Conference Ever

Corporate Master of Ceremonies - Thom SingerA Corporate Master of Ceremonies might the secret sauce to creating the best conference ever.  For association annual meetings and large scale business events, an Emcee can bring energy, consistency, fun, and engagement to the meeting attendee experience.

If you are on the fence about hiring a corporate master of ceremonies, call Thom Singer and talk through the positive reasons that an EmCee can impact your conference. Thom is willing to chat with you, even if he is not the right fit for your event. While no one person is the perfect choice for every organization or meeting, working with a professional can spice up a live event.  Thom has seen hundreds of events, and will happily share ideas to help you understand how to create an engaging atmosphere.

The corporate emcee master of ceremonies is the thread that runs throughout the whole meeting. The host does not have to be a subject matter expert in your industry. Instead he or she is the “Expert MC” who knows how to keep an event running on time, moderate panel discussion, and keep the conference energy high.  A great MC knows why they are present. He or she keeps the effective flow of every part of the meeting.

Thom Singer -Corporate Master of Ceremonies

Thom Singer is known as the Conference Catalyst.  He has worked as a corporate master of ceremonies for dozens of events and is often asked back to rejoin the annual event three and four years in a row.  Thom combines a robust mix of actionable content with a high-energy delivery style. He is the author of twelve books on the power of business relationships, networking, presentations skills, legal marketing, and entrepreneurship. He is also the host of the popular “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do Podcast”. Thom inspires audiences to move beyond the superficial connections of “likes”, “links”, “shares “ and “follows” in our social media crazy world and re-embrace the long-term and mutually beneficial relationships that lead to more business.

Read Thom’s tips for being the Corporate Master of Ceremonies.