On-Camera Coach hit Amazon’s #1 Hot New Release in Business Communication, so there’s no time like the present to celebrate the book’s early success with a book launch party. In addition to food, fun, and networking opportunities, attendees will get a chance to meet the author, get their books signed, and even try out their on-camera skills in a mini-studio!
WHEN: Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm ET
WHERE: HQ Raleigh, 310 South Harrington Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
WHO: Friends, colleagues, and others interested in toasting Karin’s new book and learning more about the importance of on-camera skills
TICKETS: Space is limited . . . and so are tickets. Come one, come all—at least until we run out of tickets (which might be sooner rather than later!)
Register online at www.eventbrite.com. There are several ticket options available, so be sure to pick the one that’s right for you.
Attendees will be able to eat, drink, and mingle with all the fabulous folks who have come out to support the event, plus meet with Karin and get their books signed.
They’ll even be able to practice on-camera skills in a mini studio set up just for this event by the video geniuses at Fanbase.
Those who buy a special VIP Video Pass can create a quick video asset for their website for just a fraction of what it would typically cost outside of this event (a real steal!). The VIP Video Passes are very limited, so grab one quickly when you register.
Thank You to Sponsors
An event this fabulous could not take place without the help of some generous sponsors. MANY THANKS to HQRaleigh, WMHARPER, Summit Leadership Partners, Fanbase, Reify Media, and Supper Meals.
If you Can’t Join Us
If you can’t make the book launch, that’s OK. We’ll miss you, but you can still check out Karin’s book, On-Camera Coach: Tools and Techniques for Business Professionals in a Video-Driven World, available from Wiley Publishing. On-Camera Coach aims to take the mystery out of communicating through the camera and provides specific tips and techniques that can make your message sing—and you, the messenger, feel confident in a job well done.