Submit a Session Proposal - UX Cambridge 2015
Please use the form below to submit a session proposal for UX Cambridge 2015. The deadline is Thursday 7th May 2015
Presenter Information
Speaker 1 please enter your name *
e.g. John Smith. Your name and other personal data will not be shared with session reviewers.
Speaker 1 please enter your organisation name *
e.g. the name of the company you work for
Speaker 1 please enter your email address *
We'll use this email address to correspond with you on your session proposal
Please enter a brief bio for the 1st speaker *
We'll use bios on the event website and in the event program.
Speaker 2 name
Please enter the name of your second speaker, if there is one.
Speaker 2 organisation name
e.g. the name of the company they work for
Please enter a brief bio for the 2nd speaker
Speaker 3 name
Please enter the name of your 3rd speaker - if there is one
Speaker 3 organisation name
e.g. the name of the company they work for
Please enter a brief bio for the 3rd speaker
Please enter the Twitter handles of all speakers. (if you are on Twitter)
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Session Information
Please enter your session title. *
Please provide a description of your session. *
We will use an edited version of this description on the conference programme. Tip: Session proposals with more details are generally rated higher.
How would you best describe your session? *
Use 'Other' if unsure and we will advise you.
How long is your session? *
We can only accommodate sessions of the following durations in our schedule. We may have to ask you to vary your session length so it fits into our finished programme.
Is there any other information you'd like us to know about with respect to this session proposal?
For example whether you can only participate on a specific day of the event.
Miscellaneous
Do you need us to cover any travel or accommodation expenses, please quantify them here if so.
We have a small budget to cover speaker expenses and may not be able to meet your request. However, we definitely won't cover them if you don't request them when making your submission.
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