Nobody looking for a reliable prompter service would do this:

It would be very strange if a project manager, needing to hire a prompter of the highest quality, spent its morning reading the links below.

They’re often busier.

If that’s your case as well, I’ll summarize the important points under these headings to save you some on the research:

Possible conclusions:

«If their branches (Caen, Paris and Cannes) cover the whole of France, their offices will always be close to my event for maximum responsiveness.»

«They’ve already worked on 5 continents, so they can come to my country without any problems.»

«They also know how to train my customer so that he can shine during his speech.»

«The operator guarantees me a technical error rate of 0%.»

Our customers know all this.

Naturally, they call us, tell us about their context, and together we find the most solid solution. There’s no need to delve into the characteristics of each type of prompter:

However, if you're in charge of an event, I've got good news and bad news for you.

The bad news is that if you consider yourself an all-round professional with the ability to anticipate almost any error, you’re bound to know a thing or two about prompter basics.

The good news is that I’ve put them all together in a booklet that can be read in 5 minutes:

Increase your authority in front of your customer (in 5 minutes) by avoiding the "No problem, Sir” syndrome.

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