Call for Speakers

ProductWorld 2021

in 141 days

ProductWorld 2021

event starts

17 Feb 2021

event ends

19 Feb 2021

location

Online


Join 1,500+ product managers and product developers at the world’s largest product management & development conference & expo. ProductWorld 2021 is co-located with DeveloperWeek, where 8,000+ software engineers, developers, and IT / technology leaders converge each year.

open, 25 days left
Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

27 Aug 2020

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

23 Oct 2020

This event is in UTC-08:00 - Pacific Time US & Canada - time zone.
Closing time in your time zone is .

ProductWorld 2021: Call for Speakers

Thank you for your interest in speaking at ProductWorld 2021.

Please be sure to complete all fields in the proposal form. All speaker decisions are made by the Advisory Board and all speakers must submit via this Call for Speakers process (No exceptions). 

First Round proposal deadline is October 2, 2020, and

Second Round proposal deadline is October 23, 2020.

*Note: If your proposal gets selected in the First Round we will send you an acceptance email. If it doesn't get selected it will carry over to the Second Round. Upon conclusion of the Second Round, all applicants will receive either an acceptance or rejection email.

Advice about speaker proposals:

1- DevNetwork conferences aim for a balanced representation of backgrounds, genders, ethnicities, ages, and roles for its speakers. Towards that goal, we ask that companies submitting speaker proposals make sure to submit executives from their companies representing a balanced diversity.

2- Please review our conference tracks here.

We are especially looking for talks on these topics. Proposals submitted on these topics have a higher chance of being accepted.


event fee

free for speakers

Accepted speakers receive 1 Speaker PRO Pass + 1 guest PRO pass to DeveloperWeek 2020.


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