Speaker Proposal Guidelines
Successful presentations will:
- Solve an industry-specific problem
- Define challenges and how they were addressed
- Demonstrate the value of new technology
- Share productivity/profitability results
- Help others to achieve similar success
Successful speakers are:
- Technically proficient
- Subject matter experts
- Excellent communicators
- Passionate about sharing knowledge
- Eager to post about Dimensions on social media
Submitting a proposal is as easy as 1-2-3-4.
Submission deadline: April 8, 2020
All speaker proposals must include four key elements to qualify for review: title, abstract, learning objectives and speaker biography.
Proposals must be written in English and contain no commercial sales pitches or promotions for products or companies.
A great title defines the topic, hints at key benefits and grabs people's attention.
A concise summary of the main topic, including challenges, solutions, and key learnings.
3) Learning Objectives
Action-oriented objectives finish the sentence, "After this presentation, attendees will be able to..."
4) Speaker Biography
Short biographies inform attendees about the interests and experiences of our speakers.
All you need to create a great proposal.
Download the Dimensions Speaker Proposal Handbook for everything you need to create a successful proposal — including how to choose a topic with a clear and relevant focus, plus pro tips for titles, abstracts, objectives and biographies.
There’s More! Speakers Save Big on Registration
Speakers receive a special registration rate of $550 (a significant discount off the regular rate), with full access to all Dimensions activities including:
- Keynotes, sessions and interactive computer labs
- Offsite demo and hands-on training (transportation provided)
- Special Monday night reception event
- Surprise Wednesday night customer appreciation event
- Most meals Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (plus snacks!)
- Opportunities to earn Professional Development Hours credit
Speakers are responsible for all personal expenses, including travel, lodging, transportation, additional meals, and incidentals.Get Started