Do You Want To Hear Prince Harry Speak? It Will Cost You Around $1000
For $1000 you can meet the man who is sixth in the line to the British throne.
Britain’s Prince Harry has been announced as a guest speaker at a conference entitled Uplift to be held in San Francisco, California. The price for a ticket to the two-day conference is $950, and it’s free for virtual ticket. It’s unclear what Prince Harry will discuss at the conference will be held on 7-8 March 2023. Uplift offer coaching, community, guidance, and insight about business. Its also unclear if his wife Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex will attend the event.
There are clear explanations on the site what each speaker at the event will speak about on the BetterUp promotional websites, but what Prince Harry will discuss is not explained.
First keynote speech on the site will begin on Tuesday, March 7th, 1:30PM Pacific Time. The speeches will be streamed online for free.
“A special guest shares their unique story of discovering the power of their own human potential and how that impact rippled outward. Learn the practices that helped them overcome challenges, build mental fitness and perform at their best, time after time.” said BetterUp on their website in describing the topic to be discussed.
Though its unclear if Prince Harry will be the keynote speaker at the event.
Prince Harry has also been announced as a Chief Impact Officer at BetterUp leadership team pages. Prince Harry is described as a humanitarian, military veteran, mental wellness advocate, and environmentalist. Prince Harry’s work with charities including The Invictus Games Foundation, Travelyst, and Archwell are also highlighted though he has no prior corporate expirience.
BetterUp is a unicorn profit company which some $556.9 Million in total funding according to cruchbase. BetterUp exposed as a company which develops an AI-driven platform that helps people and businesses grow personally and professionally through coaching.
Ofcourse the $950 fee goes to more than just one speech. Attendees will get the change to attend Immersive workshops, fireside chats, and guided group coaching sessions.
Another names mentioned by BetterUp include Hollywood actress Issa Rae, Celebrity Chef David Chang, Public speaker Adam Grant, the co-founder of BetterUp Alexi Robichaux, Ultramarathon runner Robin Arzón, Entreprenur Keith Ferrazzi, Josh Bersin, any many more.
Edited by Joseph Hammond