We are now inviting proposals from the ticketing community at large to present at TPC2016 in February. Whilst we have curated over 75% of the programme to-date, our fundamental principle for this new industry conference was always to issue a Call for Papers to encourage peer learning.
The 2016 Conference Learning Streams are:
Leadership and Management
Technologies and Trends
Compliance and Regulation
* There are already a large number of sessions in the REVENUES track, so other tracks are encouraged
Guide for submissions
Ticketing Professionals is designed to be an education and development conference. Delegates will be encourage to participate, question and debate the issues they face. Presentations need to be based on helping delivering skills and knowledge to others, there is no room for sales pitches or product placement.
Deadline for submission: 23rd October 2015
Notification of acceptance: 30th October 2015
Deadline for final paper submission: February 4th 2016
There are two session lengths, 60 and 75 minute, please indicate on your submission of your preferred session length.
Delegate Registration & Expenses
We are pleased to offer a full day registration to speakers for the day of their presentation, with an opportunity to upgrade to a full conference registration for the other day of the conference. Please note: we are unable to make payments for speaker attendance or expenses incurred by speakers.
Fair Gender Representation
The conference education programme will give a fair and balanced platform for all genders. Proposals are particularly welcome from a mixed panel.
Number of Submissions
We will accept a maximum of two submissions per organisations
Papers submitted will be evaluated by the executive committee of the conference on completion of our Speaker Proposal Form below.
We look forward to welcoming you to TPC2016