Virtual Emcee and Master of Ceremonies
Virtual meetings and events are here to stay — at least in some form. And just as your audience has become more sophisticated and grown to expect more, Brad has also grown.
He’s invested heavily both in the technical side of being a virtual host but also in the creative side. Just as you have learned and adapted since the Pandemic, so too has Brad.
In his case, great change has inspired REALLY COOL and extreme change. He’s learned how to take the fun and energy he used to deliver only to live audiences and deliver it online and virtually through the camera.
Brad Montgomery is a pro. He didn’t start this game because of the pandemic. He has been a very funny motivational speaker, and experienced emcee and host for years. He’s good with audiences. Period. He’s paid his dues. He’s learned his craft. And that means you have a short cut to success.
He is a member of the CPAE Speaker’s Hall of Fame; and that’s good for you because it means you can relax; you have a pro.
And he’s funny. He’s lively. He’s energetic. But most of all he’s a warm nice guy, and your people will thank you for having him be the face of your meeting.
DO I REALLY NEED A VIRTUAL EMCEE AND MASTER OF CEREMONIES?
Yup. If you want your meeting to rock you do.
Sure you can have your chief executive do it. Or Bob from accounting. But trust us, if you hire a pro your people will thank you.
But best of all, your speakers and leaders will thank you because he’ll make THEM look good. He’ll set them up correctly. He’ll energize the audience and prepare them or learning. And he’ll connect the dots between the speakers during your whole meeting.
This means you can’t afford NOT to have a pro emcee. You’ve invested heavily in your people, and likewise with your meeting. Why not make sure you make sure the day runs smoothly, is upbeat and fun, and is something that your people will thank you for?
Brad has honed his skills for decades being the face of the meeting. He’s a professional keynote motivational speaker for years. And he’s acted as emcee and host for hundreds of events.
This is good news. You have somebody who has been there and done that. You know that no matter what, you’re host will have your back, keep things rolling, and make the audience glad they are there.