Alan Stevens

Alan Stevens

Insights about the media, and how individuals and organisations can improve their image
FEE : £5k – £10k+

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Alan Stevens

Alan Stevens is President of the Professional Speakers Association, Director of MediaCoach Ltd, an author and journalist, and has been both a TV presenter and expert interviewee (having been media spokesman for Which? Magazine for 20 years).

In the latter capacity, he has notched up over 2,000 radio and TV interviews, so is uniquely placed to give insights about the media, and how individuals and organisations can improve their image.

Alan Stevens  holds the highest global speaking designation (FPSA) and the highest speaking award from the UK (PSAE). He is also a Past President of the Global Speakers Federation. He has spoken in more than 40 countries, including many European nations as well as Malaysia, Singapore, The GCC, Southern Africa, Canada, USA and Australia.

In 1996, long before Facebook, he created a successful online social network with over 100,000 paying subscribers.

For over 30 years, Alan Stevens regularly appeared on channels such as BBC, Sky News and CNN and has been quoted in numerous international newspapers. In 2006, The Independent listed Alan Stevens alongside the PR Expert Max Clifford as “one of the top 10 media experts in Europe”. He is an expert on communication and the style of great speakers and leaders.

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His client list includes; Virgin, Glaxo, The Savoy, Barclays, The Dorchester, Sony Ericsson, The Beverly Hills Hotel and BMW as well as several individual CEOs, politicians and celebrities.

His most recent book “Ping”, shows how to integrate all types of media into your communication and PR strategy. It was published by Bookshaker Press in late 2009. He is now co-authoring the definitive book on speaking; “The Exceptional Speaker” with fellow professional speaker Paul du Toit.

Featured Topics Include:

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Free publicity that’s worth a fortune
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Media disasters (and how to avoid them)
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The 7 secrets to getting media coverage
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Reputation management made simple
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“It’s not a 40-minute speech any more” - How to provide great value for audiences
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How to use integrated PR
1
Free publicity that’s worth a fortune
2
Media disasters (and how to avoid them)
3
The 7 secrets to getting media coverage
4
Reputation management made simple
5
“It’s not a 40-minute speech any more” - How to provide great value for audiences
6
How to use integrated PR
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The coaching provided by Alan was extremely valuable. It gave me a great deal of confidence in front of the cameras, and will no doubt help us sell a great deal more champagne!

Mumm Champagne, Reims, France

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The audience found your presentation extremely valuable. As our first speaker at a Consumer Affairs Seminar in DTI, you have set a very high standard!”

Department of Trade and Industry

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