Panels should consist of three speakers providing a detailed account – preferably based on a case study analysis of their own work on a specific issue or initiative. Each speaker will present for approximately 12 minutes, followed by group discussion and audience Q&A. We prefer that panels include a moderator to maintain smooth functioning and help field and prioritize questions from the audience; if you do not have a moderator to suggest we can help find one for an accepted proposal.
Please keep in mind that our audience is focused on purchasing, so direct experience in a procurement setting is the preferred subject matter (as opposed to sustainability projects that do not significantly involve purchasers or purchasing).
Plug and Play Email for Panel Co-Presenter Information Requests
For all panel presentations, the submitting presenter must provide detailed information on each of the co-presenters during the submission process.
To make collecting this information easier, we’ve created an email template below that you can cut and paste to ensure you are asking co-presenters for all the information you’ll need to make a timely submission.
Subject: SPLC 2020 Panel Proposal – Speaker information I need from you
As you know, I have volunteered to manage our submission proposal for the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council’s 2020 Summit in Atlanta May 18-20.
To complete our submission, I need a number of details from you by DATE.
Please reply to this email with the information listed below as soon as possible so that I can complete our submission by the December 1, 2019 submission deadline:
Speaking experience, including the date, event, location and topic of any recent speaking engagements:
Largest recent audience you have presented to:
Biography (up to 200 words)
Headshot photos (attach png or jpeg, label with your LastnameFirstname)
Identification of your Presenter Type (select all that apply.)
Submission acceptances will be emailed out by SPLC by February 1, 2020. Accepted presenters are required to register for the Summit by March 1, 2020.
For more information, visit the Summit website.
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