ElevateCX Spring 2020 Call For Speakers
So you wanna speak at Elevate CX, eh? Great! Here's what you need to know:

ElevateCX is a conference for anyone in Customer Experience - that means customer support, customer success, community management, or even product management. Our audience is mainly leadership level, meaning support team leads, managers, heads of support, Directors of CX, VPs of CX, etc. While we're open to any relevant and engaging talk, do know that the audience is looking for higher-level educational and process talks along with interesting career advice.

We produce a very different event from your average support conference - our attendees have refined, specific skills and opinions. They already know what they do is important and they do a pretty good job already. Our attendees are seeking education, advice, and ACTIONABLE information that they might not already have from people who have real-life experience to share.

We’re looking for your in-the-trenches stories, your failure stories, your head-slapping revelations that changed your business for the better, and small tweaks that hugely improved your metrics or KPI's.
Speaker's name *
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Speaker's job title *
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Speaker's company *
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Speaker's email *
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Have you asked for and received your company's ok to speak and travel to Denver May 1-2, 2020?
Your email (if nominating someone else)
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How many ElevateCX events have you (or the speaker) been to? *
What's the title of your talk?
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Short description (5-8 sentences) of talk (please be as specific as possible, and include numbers if you have them): *
If nominating someone else, write in why you think they'd be a good speaker and what topic you think the should cover.
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What are the (up to) 3 things attendees can take away from your talk and implement at their own company? *
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How much time do you need to cover the material? *
The best talks are the ones that cut out the fluff and get right to the point. What's the shortest amount of time you could do this topic justice.
Have you ever given this talk, or something very similar, before?
How many talks have you given to an audience of at least 50 people?
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