Hook Conference: Conversation with Scott Schwertly

Created: Monday, November 15, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:34 am



Scott Schwertly calls himself a storyteller — he owns and operates Ethos3, a Nashville, TN-based presentation boutique. Alongside his talented employees, he continues to provide professional presentation design and training for national and international clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies like Google and Pepsi to branded individuals like Guy Kawasaki. He is also the author of How to Be a Presentation God.

In this interview, Scott discusses Hook, a presentation conference that he is organizing in Nashville in March 2011.

Geetesh: What exactly is Hook, and what inspired you to organize this event?

Scott: Hook is the presentation conference. It will be taking place March 25-26 in beautiful Nashville, Tennessee.

The reason for creating the event is simple. Your success, no matter what you want, depends on presentations. You won’t always have PowerPoint handy; you won’t always have a cup of herbal tea to calm you down. Hook brings together the brightest lights in the presentation world because no matter the circumstances, you have to perform. There’s no other gathering in the world that puts you in the cockpit with not only presentation experts but also thought leaders who have built a reputation for truly being great presenters. If you’re ready to see more results more often, you need to attend Hook.

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