Whether conference or congress: Keynote speakers give important clues and make the audience think. The FTT Forensic Discovery network has experts not only from IT and forensics, but also from rhetoric and dramaturgy, whose lectures and workshops are in great demand at congresses such as the Moldova Developer Conference 2019 .
The crux of the lectures – would you rather listen than speak?
Lectures serve to provide inspiration and impetus, but should be informative and, above all, not make the audience fall asleep.
Some of us hate the idea of speaking in front of a crowd.
Can’t someone else do that?
Or at least give a few tips on how to deal with such a situation so that this shark tank does not cause any consequential damage?
The short and relieving answer: yes and yes again!
Our speakers are passionate about performing in front of large crowds in order to inspire their audience with innovative and entertaining performances. We look forward to discussion groups tailored to the target group afterwards, both among laypeople and interested specialist audiences. In this combination, we offer a lasting memory that remains positively anchored in the memory of the listener for years.
We’ll help you prepare!
Our speakers deal in detail with the matter and / or give an introductory or motivational speech on current topics. Whether it is about historical, international law or international finances in English or German, about IT or about making the world a better place – our speakers succeed in captivating the audience with well-founded and entertaining lectures.
Train your lectures in workshops!
We also pass on this ability in workshops that make even more experienced speakers sweat: voice training and acting training, setting up a lecture through correct dramaturgy or the question of the target audience are part of everyday life for our speakers.
FTT Forensic Discovery GmbH
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