- Write a Book: Learn the NEW way to Grow Your Business and Gain More Customers
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- Organizer Ladey Adey
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- Business Leadership Marketing
- Book Marketing Business Entrepreneurship
- Timezone: London, UK
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Registration ends: Tue, Nov 16, 2021 1:30 PM (1 year 10 months ago)
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Networking - Books – Business
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Want to Grow Your Business and Gain More Customers - Write a Book!
15th-16th November 2021
As part of the Leicester Business Festival
Event includes – Keynote Speakers from the Book Industry, Networking, Author Interviews, and the launch of The Book Academy.
Learn how writing and publishing a book can make you stand out in a crowd, put more money back into your business, give you authority in your sector and increase opportunity for clients to choose you over your competitors.
There will be an opportunity to join The Book Academy and strengthen partnerships with other business people.
See full schedule below
Monday 15th November
Business Networking Meeting – LinkedIn Group and Guests – Be Successful at Business Networking Online
Ladey Adey - Opening Address
Ladey Adey - Why a Book Crucial to Your Business
Dr. Victoria Wilson-Crane – Director of Innovative Student Learning at Kaplan International Pathways
How the Book, Your Path, Your Way to Successful Networking was inspired and created.
Kathryn Colas – Founder, Simply Hormones, Author of How to Survive the Menopause without Losing your Mind.
Talk: How to survive the Menopause Book
Shelley Wilson – Book Coach for Women in Business
Talk: Why writing and books are important for business
Mark Jarvis – Business Mentor
Why I was inspired to write a book
David Tonge – Author, Magnofogler and Storyteller, Author of The Lincolnshire Poacher
Talk: The Lincolnshire Poacher
Melanie Smith-Rawlings – Happy Foot Clinic, Leicester Businesswoman and Author of Step on that Corn
Pre-Launch Talk: About Step on that Corn
Cath Babbington – CoachCath UK, Coach, Teacher and Author of Business Social Media, 10 minutes a day with Coach Cath
Talk: About Business Social Media
Victoria Noe – Writer, Speaker and Activist, Author of Faghags, Divas and Moms: The Legacy of Straight Women in the AIDS Community
Talk: A working relationship over and across the ‘Pond’
Jeff Glass – Author of Faith Conversations: Develop Your Unique Strengths to Naturally Share Your Faith
Talk: Translating your book into another language
Ladey Adey – Close of Day’s events
Tuesday 16th November
Ladey Adey - Opening Address
Karen Williams – The Book Mentor and TEDx Speaker, Author of Becoming an Authority, Book Marketing Made Simple, Your Book is the Hook, The Mouse That Roars and The Business Book Planner.
Talk: Beyond the book – how to market your book successfully before and after you’ve published it.
David O’Brien – Entrepreneur and Language Enthusiast
Talk: All about words
Patrick Smith – Outsourced Marketing Director, Chief Executive of Donr Foundations and Author of The Dummy Pass
Talk: About the Book The Dummy Pass
Abbirose Adey – Teacher, Publisher and Co-Author of Little Unicorn Discovers the Dinosaurs
Talk: Why Children’s Book are Big Business
Janie Anderson-Temperley - Author of The Navistar
Talk: Developing The Navistar
Sue Glover – Former Member of Brotherhood of Man, Author of 12 Happy Angels
Talk: Revising 12 Happy Angels
Katie Goodacre – Author and Illustrator of Miley’s Mind
Talk: The creative process of Miley’s Mind
Sally Hurst – Author of Canine Capers
Talk: The writing and mentoring process for Canine Capers
Claudia Gere - Uncovering Ghost-Writing followed by
Questions to ask a Publisher - Q & A and Networking
Book Academy Launch
Presenters – Ladey Adey and John Loudon
Ladey Adey – Close of Day’s events
Writing Your Book for ChildrenAbbirose Adey Director for Children's Books
Presentation to authors and potential authors about writing a book for children.
Interview style format.
Further Details to followDesign EducationEducation Literature +1How I became an author, and how much I love being one!Cath Babbington CoachCathUK
My mother was a published author and had 3 books under her belt when I was growing up. She passed away many years ago and I'd always wanted to follow in her footsteps and write a book myself.
In 2020 I decided it was ‘my year’ to do so as I was turning 50, a marvelous milestone that gave me the knowledge, time and confidence to get started. I had met Ladey at a networking event and we clicked; just fate I guess.
Hear more on how I wrote my book during lockdown and the benefits its given me!BusinessBusiness Wellness +2Who You Gonna Call? GHOSTWRITER!Claudia Gere Creator, Aspiring Authors Program TM
When the mere thought of writing a book all by yourself is overwhelming, the idea of hiring a ghostwriter can be very appealing. Claudia Gere shares what she has learned as a successful ghostwriter (and the horror stories others have shared), including:
- Best reasons for hiring a ghostwriter
- Common misconceptions and pitfalls surrounding their role
- Questions every aspiring author should ask before hiring one
Find out whether hiring a ghostwriter is the right choice for you and your book project, and if it is, the best path forward for you.Business Marketing +1Book Marketing Book Publishing +1The Lincolnshire PoacherDavid Tonge Mr
David was born in Lincolnshire, within 2 miles of Kirkstead Abbey (as the crow flies). The Tonge family has been farming in the Fens since 1840.
David’s Great-Grandfather and Great-Uncle, along with other local farmers, were instrumental in pioneering the drainage of the area. They put a drainage channel through the area which is now the main road of Woodhall Spa.
David believes if he had been born over a hundred years ago he would been known as the local magnafogler,
an old Lincolnshire term for someone
who invents or innovates. He is keen on developing and investigating new innovations within farming, such as new techniques especially those related to regenerative farming.
He is a proud member of Groundswell, an organisation which provides a forum for farmers interested in food production or the environment to learn about the theory and practical applications of Conservation Agriculture and Regenerative Systems.
David has three children and an Irish Red Setter called Dixie. He is essentially self sufficient on his farm and has chickens, guinea-fowl, pigs and a large vegetable garden, large enough to plough with a Ferguson 135 tractor, so he doesn’t have to dig!
When not giving talks on The Poacher, David can be found reading in his library, out metal detecting or reclaiming materials from old buildings.
David enjoys this quote by Rick Butts, author and speaker, ‘For a person who has never led an army into battle, been elected to higher office, acted in movies or committed a heinous crime, a good book is the way to bridge the credibility gap.’
David would humbly suggest this quote could be applied to him as author of this book, ‘The Lincolnshire Poacher’.Beyond the book – how to market your book successfully before and after you’ve published it.Karen Williams The Book Mentor
When it comes to creating a successful business building book, you need to think beyond your book, and how it is going to enhance your credibility and build your authority and brand, before you start writing it.
This will ensure that you get the outcome you desire from your knowledge, experience and wisdom, and get more success and clients - even before it’s published.
This talk covers:
- Why you need to think about marketing before you start writing your book
- Three must dos that will get you focused on the right book first
- Some top marketing tips that will set you up for success.
This not-to-be missed talk sets you up to get the ultimate success from writing a book for your business.MarketingBook MarketingHow a book increases your business sales!Ladey Adey Ladey Adey
Ladey Adey speaks on Networking Matters - what makes a great Networker online and off-line, how to have the Perfect Pitch - your One-Minute Speech and The History of Networking. She has written the first book dedicated to online Networking and is the Founder of World Online Networking Day.
Recent Speaking Engagements: How to Win More Clients and Customers through Your Networking - The Secret Sauce is in the One-Minute Pitch!
Ladey Adey is a Publisher and an Author and speaks on How to write your book - even if you are dyslexic! The Stages of publishing and choosing a Publisher.
Recent Speaking Engagements: Why a Book is Essential for your Business.
Business Leadership +2Religion Business +10Relational Business Growth in an increasingly busy worldMark Jarvis Mentor, Coach, Speaker
People buy from people - it's a phrase we hear all the time, yet we continue to try to sell our products and services. This approach has no choice but to become harder and harder as we are exposed to a global market and our world gets busier. This presentation will show you another way, a way where people are the focus. You will find out how to work with only the right customers and how to get them to introduce and refer to you to even more of the right customers.The Dummy PassPatrick Smith Author
Informal interview about writing my book: The Dummy PassI love my family, friends & dogs. Taking care of businesses and business owners is my priority, but in my free time, writing my book is my passion.Sally Hurst Canine Capers
Informal interview about Canine CapersWhy writing and books are important to businessShelley Wilson Author and Book Coach
‘The topsy turvy approach!’ – How I built a career ‘after’ publishing my debut book.
‘Do as I say not as I do!’ – The right way of using a book to boost business and create opportunities. Visibility for business owners who write a book linked to their services.
‘Business book awards’ – Becoming an expert in your field.Write a Book: Learn the NEW way to Grow Your Business and Gain More CustomersVictoria Noe Write a Book: Learn the NEW way to Grow Your Business and Gain More Customers
Victoria Noe is an award-winning author, speaker and activist. Her Friend Grief series recognizes the importance of friendships in shaping our lives. Noe’s HIV/AIDS activism led her to write Fag Hags, Divas and Moms: The Legacy of Straight Women in the AIDS Community, the first book to honor the ways women changed the course of the epidemic. An accomplished public speaker, she has presented at ACT UP/London, The Muse and the Marketplace, and Book Expo America. During the pandemic she has led online writing groups focusing on grief. Noe is returning to her original series, with a collection of stories from people who have lost a friend during COVID (coming 2022).Student Networking for Future Career SuccessVictoria Wilson-Crane Director
Educational innovator, Victoria heads up the Centre for Learning Innovation and Quality at Kaplan International Pathways, UK.