Corporate events should conclude with entertainment!
A comedian for your Serious Corporate Event?
Hire a comedian? Why wouldn’t you?
No matter how much your attendees love their work
professional comedy entertainment will enhance your conference
laughter is a shared experience that brings people together.
Because studies have shown that
humor helps people retain what they’ve learned.
Because comedy at your event is like the fine wine or delicious dessert
that helps you appreciate your gourmet meal even more.
Is it appropriate to have an entertainer at your serious event?
Is the entertainer making balloon animals and singing silly song parodies? Or is he a Wharton-educated, award-winning economist & former bank vice president pleasing your audience with clean, smart comedy that may include content specific to your industry?
For example, it’s not just financial companies that use principles of risk management. So do stand-up comics!
Entertaining stories from the life of a comedian can show how he too uses risk management to further his objectives and counter obstacles on the way to achieving his goals.
Many corporate and organizational conferences end with entertainment.
Not just to make the conferences more fun and make people want to come back…
people retain more if they’re entertained & enjoy themselves at an event.
Adding comedy to your conference doesn’t just make it more fun,
it makes it more powerful.
Make your event
More powerful More fun More memorable More talked-about
And make your attendees want to come back next year.
Here are some topics Shaun may cover in his corporate comedy performances
- Creativity: Clever, maybe even sneaky, problem-solving
- Tolerance & Adapting to others
- Fighting the system to make it better
- Drunk elephants
Bring corporate comedian Shaun Eli to your conference or event.
For much less than you thought possible.
E-mail: Shaun at BrainChampagne dot com
or call (914) 487-3866 for more information.
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