SMX - Session Suggestion Form

SMX is always looking for great session ideas for our conferences. Want to contribute? Then use our session "suggestion box" below!

Anyone can submit a session suggestion for one of our conferences, even if you're not interested in actually speaking at the conference. Just tell us the name of a suggested session, a description of what you'd like the session to cover and provide your contact information.

We're looking for two types of suggestions:

Session ideas for regular SMX sessions. Most sessions at SMX conferences are 60-90 minutes in length, and feature 2 to 3 speakers. Here, we're not looking for solo presentations; rather, your idea should be a topic where multiple speakers can each weigh in with their own point of view, opinion and suggested tactics. You can let us know if you're interested in speaking on a suggestion you suggest, or would just like to see the session idea considered without nominating yourself to speak.

Session ideas for solo presentations. Solo presentations are keynote level, Ted-style presentations from industry visionaries. We're looking for the best of the best: seasoned professionals, acknowledged thought leaders, inspiring communicators. People who will wow attendees with their insights and motivate them to chart new territory in their own online marketing campaigns. If you pitch to speak on a solo session, you really need to wow us to be seriously considered. Solo sessions are typically 25 minutes long.

Due to the number of submissions we receive, we cannot tell you personally if a session idea makes it to the final agenda. However, we will notify everyone who submits when the final agenda is online and the speaking pitch form is open.

Watch the SMX Blog to be alerted when this form opens for suggestions for any show.

IF THERE'S NO FORM BELOW, WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY TAKING SESSION SUGGESTIONS FOR ANY SHOW.

Note: Only Session Title, Description & Pitch Selection Are Required

(You MUST first select the conference. If the conference name does not appear in the drop down list, it has either not opened yet to session pitches or session pitches have closed for it.)




(This should be about 2 to 7 paragraphs long. We don't need an essay, just a general idea of what the session would be about, along with some specifics about what you or others might cover speaking as part of that session. Please don't pitch a session about your product, service or company.)





Note: Only the session title and description, and indication of the type of pitch you are making are required to process your submission.

Interested in speaking on a session you suggest? Even if you select "I want to speak" for a regular session, you’ll need to put in a second, formal pitch after the final agenda is posted using our separate speaking pitch form (this form will only be active once an agenda has been finalized).

If you're nominating yourself for a Summit session, and we like your suggestion, we'll be in touch with you directly to explore, so be sure to include your contact details.

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