On April 15, 2013, the city of Boston, Massachusetts was shaken by the bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line. During the city’s time of need, APB stood by the community as did many. Four years later, APB continues to stand by those affected by the tragedy, representing speakers who make us and others stronger.
We care about not only pleasing the audience during a keynote speech, but making a genuine impact on others to change the world for the better. With a new year upon us, our APB speakers are sharing their thoughts on how to take action and improve well-being.
APB speaker John Brandt recently weighed in on thought leadership in a post on LinkedIn. Brandt states that most thought leadership seems to be crafted not to engage and not to offend, but is instead “just another checked box on the annual marketing plan.” So how can a speaker take their keynote from dull to engaging?
American Program Bureau would like to recognize the speakers who tirelessly work towards creating a better world. December is Universal Human Rights Month, and the following speakers come from various walks of life to improve human conditions on a global scale.
Over the past 50 years American Program Bureau has worked with a number of veterans who speak on their experiences with audiences. This Veterans Day, as we reach the end of our #50ReasonsWhyAPB, APB reflects back on all of the various voices the company has heard over the years. Voices like our veterans’ will continue to have an important role in our society.
American Program Bureau and I have not only lost a great speaker, but an APB family member. One of the true pillars on which our company was founded, Julian Bond played an integral part in helping us bring to the forefront the most important issues for over 50 years.
Tom Brady made national headlines last night at Salem State University, and American Program Bureau is proud to have been instrumental in arranging what has quickly become one of the most talked about news stories on the web today. President and CEO Robert P. Walker and COO Andrew Walker met with Tom Brady before the highly anticipated Salem State Series.
Here are the Official Rules and Regulations to participate in our #APB50 contest! We will be having great book and gift card giveaways all year long, so look out for your first chance to win.
BIG NEWS: It is American Program Bureau’s 50th Anniversary! We are celebrating all year long with #50ReasonsWhyAPB, brand new videos, gift card/book giveaways, charity donations & much more!
March is Women’s History Month, a time to reflect on the struggles women have faced throughout history and – more importantly – to celebrate their triumphs and successes.