By Sandy Dubay
Posted on January 13, 2021
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Looking for a speaker for upcoming virtual events?

During the past 10 months of social distancing, businesses and organizations have continued to find valuable ways to bring people together. While in many ways, we’re now more isolated than ever, virtual events provide a way to reach a bigger audience, bring communities together, and provide learning opportunities so that we can all continue to move forward.

As a keynote speaker, workshop leader, and moderator, I’m thrilled to have taken part in a variety of versatile events, both before and during the pandemic.

As you plan the year ahead, if you’re seeking an engaging and entertaining speaker for virtual or live events on the topics of Economic Development, Tourism, Marketing, Public Relations, COVID-specific topics and more… let’s talk. 🙂

I’ve had the pleasure of speaking on virtual and live stages for events and organizations such as the Maryland Economic Development Association (MEDA), the International Economic Development Council (IEDC), several Main Street organizations, and most recently The Quad County Business Summit.

Bryan Rothamel, Economic Development Coordinator for Fluvanna County shared:

Sandy was an engaging, educational, and inspiring keynote speaker at our Quad County Business Summit. She provided helpful thoughts and tips on how businesses could grow with the power of collaboration throughout COVID. Sandy led an open Q&A session at the end of her talk and connected with our audience in a fun, interactive way. Our attendees walked away with tactical ideas and inspiration on how to thrive during the upcoming year.

Just contact us to start the conversation or learn more about my presentations and speaking at SandyDubay.com.

‘Til next time,
Sandy

P.S. I love referrals! Please feel free to share this blog post with your contacts who might be seeking a speaker.

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