Call for Speakers

in 166 days

Power BI Summit 2022

event starts

07 Mar 2022

event ends

11 Mar 2022

location

Online


Power BI Summit is a multi-day event bringing speakers from the Microsoft Power BI team's product group and community experts and MVPs from all around the world. This conference is run virtually, and you can attend from anywhere, all you need is an internet connection and a computer.

All Power BI topics will be covered in this conference, from beginner to advance. We will have sessions for Power Query, DAX, Dataflow, Visualization, Power BI Desktop, Power BI report server, Mobile experience, Embedded, Power BI Premium, Architecture, governance. There will be also many discussion table talks.

This conference would be an opportunity to learn and network online.

The conference will be in one week, sessions will be repeated in major time zones.

Last year (Power BI Summit 2021) had over 100 speakers and 100 sessions, 8 parallel sessions, five days, repeat of three time zones, and 3,700+ attendees from 80+ countries. 

Learn more about last year's event here.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

13 Sep 2021

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

08 Oct 2021

This event is in New Zealand Daylight Time (UTC+13:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone is .

Hi all,

After running the first year of this event with the help of all of you our wonderful speakers,  We are planning to have the second year of the biggest Power BI Summit ever happen virtually. We are thinking of something suitable for all time zones, and we want to run it in multiple weeks. The plan is to do it in a week.

The intention is to keep the conference hours a maximum of 4 hours a day for two main time zones, so that this won’t be exhausting and would be an enjoyable experience for everyone.

This is not going to be a free conference, but it is not an expensive one too. The plan is to use part of the profit (if there is any) to give back to speakers as gift cards, Amazon cards, or something else. But we can’t say how much, because this depends on the number of attendees. Last year, every speaker received a $100 USD Amazon gift card, and we would like to continue that approach if we can.

We would like you all to be part of this biggest Power BI conference ever and like to have you speak at this event. Please submit your session ideas here.

Regular session times are 45 minutes, plus 15 minutes Q&A.

Table talks are for 1 hour. Each table talk should have four speakers, one you and three other co-speaker.

Table talk is a session without a presentation slide; it is just a place for people to hang out, talk about specific subjects related to Power BI and network. If you are submitting a table talk, you need to find your table talk co-hosts yourself and submit it in your submission.

We will cover anything about Power BI in this conference, from developer deep-dive sessions to high-level sessions for managers or introductory for beginners to use Power BI.

Tips to get my session abstract accepted

  • Submit new sessions, not a session that you already spoke in many places, and free videos of your recording can be found on the internet.
  • Submit sessions in all levels, don’t just submit 300 levels.
  • Submit different session styles; Session, table talk
  • Write a full description of what this session is going to be, what the audience will learn etc.
  • If you are specialized in more than one category of Power BI, submit sessions in multiple categories


As a speaker of this event, you agree to pre-record your accepted sessions and be available for some live Q&A sessions with the audience. The deadlines and time and dates are to be confirmed later after the session acceptance results. Tables talks are not pre-recorded sessions are live.

The recorded sessions will be available for attendees and can be watched through the conference platform.


event fee

free for speakers

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