University of Texas Launches New Speakers Bureau featuring Gay Gaddis

by Ryan Anderson | Published by Hoodline Austin

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[ARTICLE] Gay Gaddis featured alongside top experts in the University of Texas’ new Speakers Bureau.

University of Texas at Austin has just unveiled a new tool that’s set to change up the game for organizations on the prowl for guest speakers.

The newly minted UT Speakers Bureau, powered by Texas Executive Education, guarantees a less headache-inducing way to book a brimming roster of UT’s cream of the crop for conferences and events.

Now, instead of having to furiously network to pinpoint and bag a Longhorn expert, companies and conference planners can quickly find and engage UT’s finest for their speaker lineups.

“At Texas Executive Education, we are often on the front lines of engagement with different companies looking to partner with the University,” Gaylen Paulson, associate dean in the McCombs School of Business and executive director of Texas Executive Education, said in a statement. “The new UT Speakers Bureau was designed specifically to address that challenge.”

It’s no big secret that Austin’s on the rise as a hotbed for national and international conventions.

With an upsurge in companies setting up shop in the area, the demand for local expertise has skyrocketed.

UT’s answer? A central hub that lets you tap into a treasure trove of scholars, sports legends, and leaders, all ready to drop some knowledge at your next big event.

“The UT Speakers Bureau comes at a perfect time for Austin,” Mary Kay Hackley, vice president for strategic alliances at Visit Austin and executive director of the Visit Austin Foundation, told UT News. Austin’s status as a primo destination for corporate meets and greets is about to get a serious boost, thanks to this matchmaking platform for organizations and UT’s star-studded lineup.

So, if your next conference could use a shot of authority from a top-notch academic, or a dose of inspiration from a revered coach, UT’s shiny new Speakers Bureau might just be your ticket to an unforgettable affair. It’s all about custom-tailored talks, hands-on presentations, and a full support squad to make your event run without a hitch – courtesy of The University of Texas at Austin and its strategic plan, Change Starts Here, aimed at strengthening community and industry ties.

To learn more about UT Speakers Bureau, visit Texas Executive Education at UT Austin.