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Introducing SPEAK by Fun Enterprises

April 23rd, 2018


Fun Enterprises launched a new division, SPEAK, which focused on providing educational and motivational speakers at both the corporate and college level. SPEAK will assume management of speakers previously booked through Fun Enterprises in addition to newly acquired talent.

SPEAK was created at the beginning of 2018. With a growing portfolio of speakers, FUN Enterprises wanted to differentiate this division from the novelty programs and event planning the company is known for. While still rooted in fun, speakers booked through SPEAK are highly trained to assist organizations with serious and timely topics such as diversity and inclusion, conflict management, and empower student activists.

“We are excited to announce the new branch of our company that will be solely dedicated to creating educational, training, and consulting opportunities,” said Ken Abrahams, Founder and Vice President of Client Relations at Fun Enterprises. “By establishing SPEAK, our goal is to focus on creating custom educational experiences that address the issues of today’s corporate and college environments.” These topics include goal setting and planning, understanding temperament, unlocking your creativity, value-based leadership, equity and justice, navigating difficult conversations, and more.

Bonnie Fox, who joined the FUN Enterprises team in October of 2017, will be managing SPEAK out of the Tacoma, WA office.

“SPEAK offers a diverse range of speakers that each have their own specialties,” said Fox. “What makes a SPEAK experience so special is that no two sessions are ever the same. Our speakers take the time to customize each experience to the specific needs and goals of the organization they are working with.”

SPEAK works with college and corporate clients to create educational and entertaining experiences for events including orientations, training, conferences, seminars, and meetings of any size.

All speakers are currently available to book nationwide.

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