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[[Toastmasters]] [[meeting]]s are usually open to the public, but [[open house]]s are a special event inviting lots of [[guest]]s and [[prospect]]s.  An open house will often have food, decorations and perhaps an enticing [[speech|speaker]].
 
[[Toastmasters]] [[meeting]]s are usually open to the public, but [[open house]]s are a special event inviting lots of [[guest]]s and [[prospect]]s.  An open house will often have food, decorations and perhaps an enticing [[speech|speaker]].
  
Open houses, to succeed, must be well-publicized to likely [[prospect]]s and must have [[member]]s ready to explain [[member]]ship and the application process.
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Open houses, to succeed, must be well-publicized to likely [[prospect]]s and must have [[member]]s ready to explain [[member]]ship and the application process.  It is also important to follow up afterwards with [[prospect]]s.
  
 
See also [[marketing]].
 
See also [[marketing]].

Latest revision as of 17:14, 30 June 2019

Toastmasters meetings are usually open to the public, but open houses are a special event inviting lots of guests and prospects. An open house will often have food, decorations and perhaps an enticing speaker.

Open houses, to succeed, must be well-publicized to likely prospects and must have members ready to explain membership and the application process. It is also important to follow up afterwards with prospects.

See also marketing.