Call for Speakers

in 168 days

Teams Day Online 3

event starts

07 Apr 2021

event ends

08 Apr 2021

location

Online


Teams Day Online is back,  This will be our second global event to build the global Microsoft  Teams community.  The event will take place on April 7 - April 8, 2021. Our last event had over 6000 registered and 3000 attendees from 100 countries.  We expect this event to be much larger.

ALL MICROSOFT TEAMS RELATED TOPICS ARE WELCOME!

We are especially interested in case study sessions and industry-specific sessions.  

We will have many tracks including the standard business, developer, and admin tracks that we had from our first event.  This event will also include industry-specific topics.  We are also interested in education and healthcare-related sessions that demonstrate real-world Microsoft Teams.  Topics can also include other M365 apps like "Using Planner and ToDo with Teams" or "Surfacing Excel Reports in Teams" or Using Microsoft Forms in Teams"

Speakers, please submit multiple sessions. The greater the number of sessions that you submit the higher the likelihood that we will select at least one of your sessions.  We are seeking speakers in all time zones. Please let us know your preferred speaking time and time zone.  We can't guarantee a specific time but our goal is to schedule all speakers that are reasonable within their own timezone.  No one will be getting up to speak in the middle of the night unless they want too.

This event will be much more than just repeating what other technology events are doing.  It will have several opportunities for speakers and sponsors to engage directly with attendees.

Much more information to come soon.


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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

06 Oct 2020

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

05 Feb 2021

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