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To Speak at ISPCON
ISPCON FALL 2007 CALL FOR PAPERS IS NOW OPEN!
The ISPCON Fall 2007 Curriculum Sketch is now live and ready for you to
The Fall event will be in San Jose, CA October 16-18, 2007
review and submit session abstracts.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT SPEAKER PROPOSALS: JULY 27, 2007
Click here to submit now!
STEPS TO FOLLOW:
1.) Read the Curriculum Sketch
2.) Fill out the Submission Form
3.) Sessions submitted by the deadline will be reviewed and you will be notified by the mid-March if you have been selected.
This Fall event will GET REAL about surviving and thriving in the ever-changing Internet industry. We'll celebrate the success stories of those who are making a difference and learn from those who have paved the way.
The overwhelming majority of selected sessions will include the hottest trends, technologies, strategies and case studies showing how the best and brightest are most successful in their given expertise. Speakers and panelists will have real world experience, operating knowledge and an open approach to sharing their process and results including the who, how and why - a.k.a. “"show me the P&L” in every possible instance.
As with previous ISPCON conferences, the most important thing to remember is that this is primarily a peer-to-peer educational forum.
If you would like to improve your chances of being selected by 75%, follow these two guidelines:
- do not submit the VP of Sales/Marketing from a supplier or proprietary offer
- physically bring or be a strong case study there in the room. All sessions must include first-hand field experience and advice.
Again, thanks for your interest in the events and taking the time to help others in the industry grow their businesses through the conferences.
btw- just a reminder, please do not call or email to "check the status" on your submissions during the review process. All submissions are reviewed in the process and notifications are sent out to everyone who submits.Get the latest info on speaking opportunities via email. Click here to opt in!