InnerSource Summit 2021 - Call for Presentations
Use this form to submit your proposal for the InnerSource Summit 2021. The Summit takes place from November 17th - 18th virtually. All proposals are due by midnight (anywhere on earth), September 30th, 2021.

Although we usually operate under Chatham House Rules at our physical events, because this summit will be virtual, all presentations will be public and 10 to 15 minutes long.

Sessions will be pre-recorded and streamed, and speakers are asked to be available for live Q&A chat during the streaming of their session.

With your permission, summit sessions will be shared after the event. All chats/discussions will remain under Chatham House Rules. See https://www.chathamhouse.org/about/chatham-house-rule for more information.
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Full Name *
Organization *
Job Title *
Bio (max. 200 words) *
Speaker Time Zone
LinkedIn Profile Link
Twitter Handle
Session Title (max. 20 words) *
Session Abstract (max. 1,000 words) *
Provide a preliminary outline of your session, including topics covered and important takeaways for the audience. This will be the text used to publicize your session on our website.
Session Notes
Please use this area to let the event organizers know about any other details or if you have any questions.
Session Topic *
Session Language *
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Speaker(s) References / Bibliography *
Please supply us with a sample of your previous speaking experience. This can be URLs for relevant publications, and/or references to any other relevant speaking engagements.
Video of one of your previous presentations *
Please provide us with an URL of a video sample of a previous speaking engagement. If this is your first time speaking at a conference or none of your previous speaking engagements have been recorded please provide a link to a short recording of you speaking on a specific topic.
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