Speaker Proposal Form for 2013 MarketingProfs Events, Seminars, and MPU

Things to consider when proposing a session:

1. All proposals must be educational in nature and non-promotional. Preference is given to topics that are original and innovative.
2. Proposals/sessions have a better chance of being selected if they include case studies and speakers from corporate “end-user” companies.
3. A slide presentation is required for all sessions including panel discussions.
4. MarketingProfs reserves the right to add additional speakers to your session or combine your session with another one covering a complementary topic.
5. If we are interested in your proposal, we will contact you for more information and to request references and/or a video of a previous speaking engagement.

Thanks for your interest in MarketingProfs!

* 1. Please fill in the following information for the person we should contact with questions about this proposal.

2. Which event are you proposing this session for?

* 3. Level of Knowledge:

* 4. Topic Category:

* 5. Suggested Title:
(Please provide two suggested titles for your session that capture the main benefit for attendees.)

* 6. Session Description:
(Please describe in 75-100 words, the educational content of your session including any case studies you intend to present.)

* 7. Attendee Guarantee:
(Please list three guaranteed takeaways for attendees.)

* 8. Lead Speaker:

9. Lead Speaker Bio (approx. 75 words):

10. Second Speaker or Panelist:

11. Second Speaker or Panelist Bio (approx. 75 words):

12. Third Speaker or Panelist:

13. Third Speaker or Panelist Bio (approx. 75 words):

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