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DeVolder nets Top5 Speaker nomination

For the fourth straight year, Vernon’s Mark DeVolder has been nominated for a Speakers Platform’s Top5 Speaker Award. - Photo Submitted
For the fourth straight year, Vernon’s Mark DeVolder has been nominated for a Speakers Platform’s Top5 Speaker Award.
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For the fourth straight year, Vernon’s Mark DeVolder has been nominated for a Speakers Platform’s Top5 Speaker Award.

One of only a handful of people to be nominated every year, DeVolder is entered in Top5’s Management/Business category.

Each year, Speakers Platform recognizes five speakers within 10 popular topic areas. Recognition of excellence in speaking is based on expertise, professionalism, innovation within the topic area, client testimonials and references, presentation skills and online votes.

In the last three months, DeVolder has given presentations to billion-dollar companies around the world – Kuwait Finance House (third largest Islamic bank in the world), Suncor (largest merger in Canadian history at $34 billion), FEMSA Coca-Cola (largest bottler in the world), BP Oil and The Klesch Group.

In 2012, DeVolder has spoke in Monaco, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Colombia and Turkey.

To vote, visit www.speaking.com/top5. All voters will be entered into a draw to win $500.

Honorees will be announced on Jan. 15.

 

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