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Everyone loves being asked to give a talk. You can get your name out there, get in front of new potential clients, show off the latest thing your company is working on, get feedback on some new research, or maybe finally bust out that great joke about a local restaurant you’ve been working on.

The problem is that even if you like public speaking, no one likes doing the prep work for a talk. At CPU, we’re in the process of prepping our own presentation for the next Ad Fed Fort Wayne lunch on November 17th. That is taking up a lot of our free cycles, so we’re devoting this month’s content to helping make sure your next presentation, meeting, or pitch goes all little easier.

We’re bringing you tips from a couple former public speaking instructors (who happen to work in our office), in addition to a guide to keep the prep for you next talk on track, and we’ll help you answer one of the biggest questions with any presentation: who gets to actually talk?

Our presentation for Ad Fed Fort Wayne tackles how to get the most out of your digital marketing efforts, and how to make sure that shows up in your bottom line. The secret, of course, is that whatever your topic is, the prep looks pretty similar. We’re dealing with all the issues we’re writing about, right now, and we hope you’ll follow along as we get closer to showtime.

If you’re in Fort Wayne and want to see the final product, fill out the form below and we'll be sure to let you know when tickets are available. And until then… we’ve got some work to do.