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Checklist for Hiring Corporate Event Entertainment

Checklist for Hiring Corporate Event Entertainment

Nathan Coe Marsh

Hiring an entertainer for a corporate event (or an association’s conference) can be an intimidating task, especially if it is your first time doing it. Beyond the financial investment, you’re putting a significant amount of trust in someone else. That act is representing your brand to important stakeholders. How can you ensure a great fit and a massively positive experience for your audience? Where do you even start?

For the past 15 years, I’ve specialized in corporate event entertainment. I would obviously love to work with you on your event (and you can start that conversation here), but I realize that I’m not going to be the best fit for every group and every situation.

How do you know who will be the right fit for your brand, your objectives, and your audience?

I have created a simple, step-by-step, checklist that guides you through every part of the process to ensure a seamless event and an ecstatic audience. You can print it up, and follow through on each step.

It’s completely free, and you don’t even need to leave an email address, access it here.

If you have any questions as you go through the process, I am always just a call or a click away.


About Nathan Coe Marsh:
Nathan Coe Marsh’s blend of genuine warmth, hilarious interaction, and stunning impossibilities has taken him to 13 countries. Nathan’s work has been seen on NBC, CBS, FOX, and on the season premiere of Penn & Teller: Fool Us. He has entertained in venues as diverse as the private yacht of an NFL team owner, to the Top of the World club in Thule, Greenland, to the iconic Magic Castle in Hollywood, to performances in French Polynesia, the Mexican Riviera, Central America, the mountains of Banff, and the Caribbean. His corporate event performances led Event Solutions magazine to name him a finalist for “Entertainer of the Year,” while MAGIC Magazine described his work as “a breath of fresh air.” In addition to performing full time, he is a review columnist for Genii, the leading trade journal for serious magicians. Nathan lives in Orlando, Florida.

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