Public speaking is an extremely useful skill to have in business. If you want to raise your profile, establish yourself as an authoritative voice in your industry and grab the attention of key audiences, delivering great speeches to the right people can be invaluable.

But like all skills, public speaking takes practice to master. And behind every great speech, there is a great script.

Red Robot’s professional speech writing service aims to give you the materials you need to wow your audience. With experience writing speeches for conferences, awards evenings, presentations and even TEDTalk addresses, we can save you hours of preparation time and turn your ideas into something both captivating and inspiring.

Get a professional to craft your speech and ensure you deliver a clear message.

What makes a good speech?

Three key ingredients go into crafting a great speech:

  • Message
  • Structure
  • Delivery.

Red Robot’s speech writing service can help you master all three. Hire us to write for you, and we promise to deliver a speech with a clear purpose, a strong narrative and a style which will make you engaging and memorable.

Message

If good public speaking could be boiled down to two golden rules, they would be:

  • Grab your audience’s attention early
  • Make it memorable.

To perfect both of these, you need a strong message. Something which makes it obvious to your audience right away why they should listen, and which is engaging and relevant enough to stay with them.

Our experienced professional writing team will work with you to identify topics to write a speech about. Once this has been agreed, we will shape it into a key message to organise the rest of your speech around.

A strong message can take all sorts of different forms. It is best to choose something which you can show real passion about, so you let your personality shine through. The best messages often challenge your audience in some way, perhaps to think in different way or carry a clear call to action.

Structure

The best public speakers are also great storytellers. Everyone loves a good story, and the best ones take the audience on a journey of discovery.

This is how we aim to structure all of our speeches. From setting out the main proposal and message, a good speech should be built around a narrative explaining and justifying the importance of it.

We will also work with you to include real life examples that help to illustrate your main points – anecdotes, case studies, memories. We will also strive to make your speech your story; audiences like to learn about the person standing in front of them, not just the topic,so it is important to weave as much of your experience into the narrative as possible.

Delivery

We can’t stand up on the stage with you and help you deliver a great speech. We’re not in the business of coaching public speaking, either. But what we can do is write your speech in a style which helps your delivery flow naturally and decisively.

Great speeches are punchy, pacey, neither too chatty nor overly stuffy. They often blend humour with gravity, and use language to create an impact without using too many words.

We will shape the tone and style of your speech to suit your topic, your aims and your personality. Our skilled professional writing team are experienced writing for public speaking and understand the importance of pace and flow, and the need to be concise without sacrificing content, to give you the best head start possible preparing for your big event.

Professional speech writing for all business requirements

Red Robot Media writes scripts for:

  • Conference speeches
  • Keynote addresses
  • Seminars
  • Presentations
  • Pitches
  • Welcome speeches
  • Acceptance speeches
  • TEDTalk / YouTube speeches.

Contact our business content team for an initial chat about what you are looking for.

Speech Writing Services

Paul Newham

Paul Newham is an experienced speech writer and journalist who has penned speeches for several TEDx Talks. Read more.

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