event titles

Planning a programme of talks or workshops for your Business Hub or networking group is hard enough without having to think of engaging titles to get people to sign up. However, a great event title will attract new attendees and encourage existing members to book their place; and can make all the difference between a packed event and an empty one.

Having wracked my brains over the years for suitable ideas I know that it doesn’t matter how great the content of your talk or workshop is, the event title is crucial. So, we’ve collated ideas from our Hubs and ‘borrowed’ a few suggestions from other business events to create this handy list.

All you need to do is substitute the subject matter for the event, the end goal, friction point, challenge or result, to create snappy titles that will get people booking their place pronto.

50 Event Titles / Event Names To Get Bookings!

Add suitable punctuation depending on what suits your subject matter?!

  1. _______ mastery: the path to ___________
  2. ________ briefing with __________
  3. ________ matters: everything you need to know
  4. _________ is a game changer get started here
  5. _________ your ________ company
  6. # steps for ________ a __________ business
  7. # things you need to know about ______________
  8. A morning / afternoon / evening / audience with _________, ________
  9. A to Z of _________________
  10. An introduction to _________ for ____________
  11. Building your ________ with ____________
  12. Creative ________ for _______ businesses
  13. Demystifying _______ and making it work for your business
  14. Developing a great ____________ strategy
  15. Do more ________ by doing ____________
  16. Embracing the __________ revolution
  17. Everything you need to know about ___________
  18. From _______ to _________: how to _______ and _________
  19. Get ______for _________and be ___________
  20. Get a competitive advantage with ___________
  21. Get going with __________ to _______
  22. Grow your business with ______________
  23. Harnessing the ______ of _______ to _________ _________
  24. How I made _________ in ________
  25. How to ________ in ___ easy steps
  26. How to master ________ and become a _________
  27. How to optimise ________for business _________
  28. How to prevent _______ your _______ from going wrong
  29. How to streamline your ________ for ___________
  30. How will ________ affect your business?
  31. It’s time to get __________ to grow ___________
  32. Keys to the ___________ of ____________
  33. Learn _______in just ___ minutes / hours
  34. Learn to ________ and _______ your business
  35. Leveraging ________ for ___________
  36. Make ________not _____________
  37. Masters of ___________
  38. Shape the future of ___________ with ____________
  39. Small business _________ for achieving ____________
  40. Stop doing _________ and start doing _____________
  41. Supercharge your _______ and be ____________
  42. The ______ summit
  43. The challenge of __________
  44. The impact of ________ on ____________
  45. The ins and outs of _________
  46. The power of __________ for ___________
  47. Transforming your __________ to do ___________
  48. What business owners need to know about ___________
  49. What next for ___________?
  50. Your business _________ for _____________

Many of the suggestions above would work well as blog post titles too (you can write a blog to support your event using the same title). The key is to address your target audiences’ pain points or desires, and give them a good reason to attend.

So if you’re hosting a talk about Twitter aimed at business owners that want to get better results out of their social media activities, you could call your event Social Media Mastery: Driving Sales Through Tweets. This example identifies a desire to be better at something ‘mastery’ and also promises results in the form of sales.

You’ve just got to make sure that your title is aligned with the talk and that you don’t over promise in a bid to get bums on seats!

If you have any great ideas for talks and business events, share below. We would love to hear what has worked for you.

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