Business Event Speaker
If you need a fun, entertaining business event speaker, Jemimah Ashleigh can do it. She’s brought her charm, wit, and entertaining style to a host of events including leadership conferences, entrepreneur forums and the corporate boardroom. Jemimah has spoken all over Australia and in 2018, Jemimah will be speaking internationally to Los Angeles, USA and South Africa.
She has taken the stage with the likes of;
Senior Advisor to Barrack Obama Valarie Jarratt, Ida Buttrose and Daniel Tolson.
She has interviewed the likes of Leanne Kemp from Everledger, Tracey Spicer, Daniel Flynn from Thankyou.
She’ll keep the energy high and the evening on track.
Her favourite topics are, of course, the ins and outs of entrepreneurship, but she can also speak on her own career and the lessons it taught, her life experiences and personal struggles, especially what she learned about self-care, the nuts and bolts of social media marketing, and pretty much anything else you can think of about business and life in general.
She can also just make you laugh. Jemimah, in her ongoing quest to try new adventures, had a crack at comedy and improv to strengthen her abilities in sales, but it turned out she was good at it, and now it’s part of her varied repertoire.
Jemimah's speaking topics
the entrepreneur's journey
As the author of "Positoin Me', Jemimah is uniquely equipped to talk about the challenges facing entrepreneurs in 2018.
Get the insights and wisdom that formed the book, straight from the authors mouth!
SELF CARE IN BUSINESS
In 2015, Jemimah had her first panic attack and spent the next six months rebuilding her life.
From the rubble Jemimah has come out stronger and an advocate for self care and ensuring business owners take care of themselves to prevent burn out.
how to market your authenticity
Nicknamed the "Business Real" Entrepreneur by Sunrise's Kochie, Jemimah has powerful and practical wisdom around the skills needed to market yourself authentically in the digital age we live in.
A no-BS, warts-and-all approach to online and off-line marketing will help you stand up and stand out.
Other Suggested Topics
Surviving bad days - lessons from law enforcement to entrepreneuership
Top 10 tips for starting your own Business.
Mental Health for Entrepreneurs
Motivation within business and getting shit done
Women in a male dominated industry
Working and managing in retail
Improvisation and it’s link to business