- I would not get the speaker a gift, but their spouse or children a gift. Send them a gift stating "Thank you for allowing your wife/husband/mother/father to be attend our conference". Everyone gets the speakers gifts, separate yourself and send something to their family. That way their family are excited for them to come back next year.
I just saved $15 on a new bed frame last night using Honey.
Honey is one of my favorite Chrome extensions. In the past I would often search Google for “STORE NAME coupon”, browsing through ugly, popup-ridden coupon code sites, most of which didn’t work (because they’re expired or fake). Honey does that for you and attempts to apply codes at checkout.
They also have a price tracking feature for sites like Amazon so you can signup to receive a notification when the price drops.
Product discovery, where the right consumer has access to the right solution at the right time, is essential. Honey has the solution that people want, now it has to make sure it reaches all the interested folk through channel partnerships.
- Why not an Audible membership? Great way for busy people to listen to books and learn on the go.
- This is a way to text someone a gift-card digitally. There's a ton of great stuff / national brands in the app, and you can send specific things (like a Chipotle Burrito, or a dozen Dunkin Donuts). Quick, easy and thoughtful for not much $$.