How to Negotiate Wi-Fi Prices

How to Negotiate Wi-Fi Prices

By Camille Moore, February 11, 2019

Register for “How to Negotiate Wi-Fi Prices” webinar

We are seeing a common and alarming trend that hotels are charging exorbitant amounts to use their Wi-Fi for your events. Sometimes this number can be well into the thousands, but you have options and you don’t always need to layout $30,000 to have event Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi fees are negotiable and there are ways to cut costs! Will Curran is going to guide you through how to save on hotel Wi-Fi. From simple steps to negotiation tips, he lays it all out there. After the webinar, you’ll be on your way to breaking through the costs and saving money on your hotel event Wi-Fi.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn the technical specifications to look at when it comes to Wi-Fi.
  2. Learn how to negotiate Wi-Fi costs within conference centers and hotels.
  3. Learn tips to make your Wi-Fi safe and secure.

Speaker Bio: 

As founder of Endless Events, Will Curran has been named one of the 40 under 40 event industry leaders, 35 entrepreneurs under the age of 35 and Inc Magazine’s Coolest College Start-Up all before graduating college. Will has been producing events since high school when he started his first company and has now worked in the production of large event clients, such as Emerald City Comicon, Anheuser-Busch, Color Run, Morton Salt and Uber. His team’s mission is to simplify the event planning process by creating the equation for an event’s perfect solution. They also relentlessly seek to be the name in customer service in the events industry. From event logistics to business development to technical production, Curran has a diverse background in growing events and companies to the next level.

Register for “How to Negotiate Wi-Fi Prices” webinar

Website: www.helloendless.com 

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