Call For Speakers - Closed
Do you possess particular skills, experience or insights on bid and proposal-related topics?
Don’t keep them to yourself!
Share them for the benefit of APMP UK conference delegates and give something back to your professional association and its members.
First of all, we just need a few words from you that describes your topic.
|Title of talk||40|
|Theme statement of talk||200|
|Details of take away skill/technique||200|
|Synopsis of talk||1000|
|Presenter Photo||Min 500kb .jpg|
Ideas to get you started
Conference theme this year is Winning your Audience – the DNA of Engagement.
We encourage sessions which broadly reflect the aim of bids to appeal to, persuade and delight those who influence the final award decision through positive engagement between buyer and supplier.
Delegates will expect to take away useful knowledge they can apply in their working lives. Examples in the diagram showing a small selection of potential topics related to "Winning your Audience", conference theme for 2016
Choice of Presentation Formats
Competency sessions / workshops
Examples might be presentation of research you’ve carried out, business trend analysis, regulatory change, measuring performance, buyer insights and intelligence. Do you have your own industry-specific metrics or experiences that you’d be willing to share?
Tips and Guidance
We welcome both innovative and core discipline presentations which support a balanced conference programme. Feedback from previous conferences indicates a preference for interactive sessions that encourage live debate or which include hands on exercises that improve understanding and help the message stick.
NB Information you provide will be incorporated into the conference brochure to enable delegates to select the sessions they wish to attend. Applications received after the deadline may not be considered. The more engaging your session title, summary and biography, the more likely you’ll be selected to speak - and the more delegates will be attracted to your presentation.
- Call for Speakers is now closed
- Closed Monday 20th June
- Speaker Schedule will be announced 18th July