Curate a Conversation
Want to expand your influence?
Invite people to connect with you, your ideas, and each other at pop-up dinner events.
Conversation curators ask meaningful questions at pop-up dinner events (and in our online community) to help members connect with each other around fresh ideas and concepts.
Benefits to curate conversation an Open Kitchens Project dinner event:
Expand your influence: invite awareness of your organization, product or service (think: face-to-face inbound marketing).
Invite your clients, friends, co-workers, and neighbors to join a dinner event where you present.
Communicate and access a tight-knit community with very high trust levels in targeted neighborhoods.
Follow-up with the community afterward with additional resources and offers via our closed Facebook group.
It's an 'event-in-a-box': we provide the venue, food, and 15 - 40 guests.
We take care of all the event planning arrangements: venue, food, and invitations.
Our coaching model for curated conversations uses meaningful questions to communicate the benefit of innovative concepts and ideas.
We make it easy to manage schedules, events and guests.
Choose a date, location, and conversation topic.
Once you are selected to curate an event please provide: the topic or theme; 3 - 6 questions you plan to use at the event; and links to any additional resources. Keep in mind that the questions are meant to gracefully invite people to experience a revelation or ‘ah-ha’ moment. It's a powerful model and if done well will result in demand for your ideas, services, or products.
Invite friends, coworkers, clients and neighbors to join.
On the day of the event: please arrive on time and help make guests feel welcome.
After the event: be available to participate in related conversations on the Open Kitchens Project Facebook page and community group; post additional resources as makes sense.
Please complete this form if you’d like to host an event at your home and we’ll get back to you right away:
Please provide as specific schedule information (ideally for the next 3 months) as possible to help us best coordinate cooks, curators and guests.
We do our best to have cooks, curators and hosts from the same area.
We totally appreciate your support and enthusiasm for the Open Kitchens Project as we start and test the concept. Contact Paul at (508) 215-9357 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or offer feedback.