With over 25 years in the entertainment industry, Mike Duseberg has been continually learning how to use his magic to help his clients generate revenue and improve their business relationships through great entertainment.

At the Boca Raton Resort and Club, Mike learned to draw huge crowds of corporate event guests, celebrities, business leaders, athletes, and political figures to the hotel bar each night.  With incredible magic, a likeable personality, and a carefully planned strategy, Mike kept the bar busy, kept the guests drinking, and brought guests back night after night.

Reguarly meeting executives for Fortune500 companies, CNBC, and the world’s top business leaders, companies like Emerson and Kaman Industrial Technologies began asking Mike to entertain at their sales meetings, hospitality suites, and other business events.   Mike built crowds of laughing, cheering guests.  He learned to facilitate relationships between business executives and their customers through his incredible magic and friendly style, making Mike a fixture at events for Emerson, Intelliquent, Kaman, The Dave Thomas Foundation, as well as dozens of golf clubs and golf charity events nationwide.  Mike entertained at The US Open, The US Senior Open, and the Wyndham Championship, and to date has given over fifty performances for VIP guests at The Masters in Augusta, GA. 

In 2009, Mike took over for his mentor, Butch Schoen, and began entertaining at trade shows for ASCO Power Technologies.  Using the strategy he learned for developing crowds at the magic bar, Mike developed a huge following at shows like NFMT, ASHE, and PowerGen.  Mike integrated the ASCO message into the show, so qualified prospects for ASCO’s transfer switch and critical power management software would enter the booth to learn more.

Other companies caught on, and soon Mike was grabbing attention and teaching crowds of engaged attendees about companies like Kaman Industrial Technologies, PPG, and SDI.  Like a pied piper, Mike would lead hundreds of attendees from the floor to hospitality events for Kaman and SDI.

Honing the strategy into a repeatable system he called “The Trade Show Funnel,” Mike continues to build huge crowds, communicate business messages, and identify qualified leads at industrial and trade shows nationwide.

Mike Duseberg Can Only Work with One Company at Each Trade Show.