How to Start and Build Your Global Conference

Online • Tuesday, Nov 19th • 12:00pm EST

leadership summit speaker

Belinda Enoma - iEmancipateMe Global Conferences and Founder,

Get strategies to plan your international conference in 90 minutes with Q & A. 

If you have been speaking about hosting your own conference in another city or country, this is your moment to plan strategically. 

Are these questions on your mind?

  • How do I even begin?
  • How do I choose the city or country?  
  • How do I select venues? 
  • Where are the venues anyway? How do you find them and negotiate?
  • Should I put a price or should it be free?
  • What should I charge? 
  • How do I get people to sign up, I don’t live there! 
  • How do I choose speakers? 
  • How do I promote the event? 
  • I am not a Fortune 500 corporation with all the money, where do I even start? 

“Experience is a master teacher, even when it’s not our own.” - Gina Greenlee

I have been planning and hosting conferences for several years. I have done conferences in different countries and different cities in the United States. I am the host of the global iEmancipateMe Conference tour, an international speaker, destiny launcher, author, coach, data privacy and security consultant..

When you host a conference in an unfamiliar territory, there are some things you just don't do and some things you must know. 

I have learned some pretty good lessons in the journey and I want to teach you the strategies so you can be on the right track. It pays to learn from someone who is already doing what you desire to do. 

A new conference territory? Attend this masterclass online from the comfort of your home or office. 


  • You are in business. 
  • You work as a professional in your industry, in charge of marketing your event or assigned to lead the project in another location.
  • You have a message and it is a movement that you want to take global.
  • You are in ministry or lead a non-profit organization. 
  • You just want to know how to host your own conference (and it's about time anyway).