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How to become a Public Speaker? – With Great British Speakers’ MD Jane Farnham

29th Sep 2020

Here Jane chats with James Rostance, host of The 414 B2B Marketing Podcast on how to become and book a public speaker.

So a bit of background: the MD of The 414 Weekly, James Rostance approached us because he wanted to create some informative content around the subject of public speaking.

Every week, The 414 Weekly interviews some of the greatest and most interesting minds in B2B marketing to learn of the latest best practices, thought leadership and ways for you to improve the results you deliver.

MD of 414 Weekly, James Rostance
Video Director James Rostance at work

Its aim is to deliver high-quality educational content for B2B marketers with insights and wisdom from the greatest minds in B2B marketing.


Below is the full interview between James and Jane:

However, if you just haven’t got time right now to watch the full interview, but are interested to know a bit more about becoming a public speaker, or how to book a speaker, then check out these snippets below…

Why public speaking?


What are the barriers to public speaking?


What puts people off public speaking?


How do you get in to public speaking?


How do you practice public speaking?


How do you find a public speaker?

Call +44 1753 439 289 or email Great British Speakers now to book a public speaker, live event host for your next live event.  Deliverable in person or virtually. Contact Jane directly here.

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