A Selection of our #TPC2017 Speakers Experience and Knowledge from Around the World
Want to Speak at #TPC2018? Share your knowledge with others in the industry
Our fabulous speakers are the cornerstone of Ticketing Professionals. We aim to have a range of expertise, backgrounds and experience in our speakers.
Looking beyond borders, we welcome speakers from the US, Canada, Australasia and around Europe.
Sessions are ultimately decided on by our Education Panel, who sort through both applications as well as suggested or curated session possibilities.
If you wish to submit a paper to speak at TPC2018, simply follow the details below.
FAQ's on Speaking at #TPC2018
The majority of sessions will be programmed and confirmed in September / October 2017.
The key dates for people wishing to submit papers for consideration.
3rd August – Call for Paper’s Open
14th September – Deadline for Submissions
21st September – Education Panel Meeting
28th September – Speaking Applicants informed of Acceptance / Rejection
5th October – Draft Schedule of Sessions Published
- The session, including Q&A should be either 30 or 60 minutes long.
- It should ideally fit in one of the core learning streams, Revenues / Technology/ Compliance & Regulation / Management & Leadership
- It can’t be a sales pitch for services, products or venues, but can mention elements or examples of these where relevant.
- Ideally it should have clear learning takeaways for the audience, either in a new approach, technology or revenue opportunity, along with a case study or supporting speaker.
We actively strive to programme speakers that represent our industry and its make-up. Sessions and content are judged on merit, but we are actively looking shift from being predominantly ‘white male’ speakers.
We do not pay for speakers to present at Ticketing Professionals with the exception of professional speakers who we may invite.
Session leaders or active panelists receive a complimentary registration for the day of their presentation and may upgrade to a full registration at 50% of relevant fee.
Expenses such as travel and hotel are not paid by the conference, except in exceptional cases. These are assessed on a case by case basis.