Call for speakers 2012


It is that time of the year again when the thoughts of all the team at ideasUK are focused on our annual conference.

Have you ever wanted to deliver a workshop or keynote at an International Conference?

YES?

Well read on!

IdeasUK has now started planning for our international conference in Bristol on the 7th and 8th November 2012 and this year we want it to be the best conference we have ever hosted. So why not join us at what we consider to the best conference on ideas programmes within the United Kingdom.

We are looking for enthusiastic, motivational speakers who can add value to our conference on the following topics:

Employee driven innovation

Internal communications (Developing communication plans and internal marketing)

Employee Engagement

Reward and Recognition

Our conference, now in its 27th year, attracts delegates from all over the world and together with our annual awards ceremony is the highlight of the ideasUK calendar.

The brief is very simple:

Keynotes are for 45 minutes with 10 minutes for questions.

Workshops are expected to be around 50 minutes and interactive with the delegates able to take away learning points to use within their own organisation.

Although, being a charity we do not pay our speakers or presenters, we can offer you the opportunity to network with innovation professionals from organisations worldwide. We can also offer you overnight accomodation at the conference hotel and even a delegate place for the rest of the conference is you wanted to stay!

So, if you are interested in joining us for our 27th conference, just drop us an e-mail asking for more details.

What are you waiting for? Do it now!

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