IWMW 2020: Submit a proposal (commercial sector)
The annual Institutional Web Management Workshop, IWMW 2020, will be held at the University of Dundee from 30 June - 2 July 2020. For more information on the event and the submission process see
The event provides an opportunity for those with responsibilities for managing institutional websites and other digital channels to share experiences across a thriving community of practice.
The event is also provides a valuable opportunity for those from the commercial sector to hear about the challenges those working in the sector are facing and how they are addressing such challenges.
Sponsors will have an opportunity to deliver a workshop session at the event or take part in other aspects of the event.
There may also be opportunities for those working in the commercial sector to contribute to the event without being a sponsor, but sponsors will be prioritised when we evaluate the submissions.
Part 1a: Your details
Details of the main speaker, workshop facilitator, panelist, etc.
Experience of IWMW events
Please give brief details of your participation at previous IWMW events
Please give details of your sector
Commercial company (with 10+ employees)
Commercial company (with <10 employees)
Where did you hear about this call for submissions?
IWMW blog post
HE Digital Slack Group
Additional speaker details
If you would like to have any additional speakers please add details below.
Please provide a brief biography (3-6 sentences)
Part 1b: Seeking to maximise a diverse pool of speakers and facilitators
This year we have a number of goals to enhance the diversity of speakers (see
(1) Supporting inclusivity goals
Please summarise how you may address the event inclusivity goals, which seeks to encourage a diversity of speakers. Note personal information will not be shared without permission.
(2) Supporting experience
We also seek to host experienced speakers and facilitators. Therefore please summarise your experiences in speaking or facilitating workshop sessions.
Continue to part 2: Session details
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