Applications now open for DiG 2016 Presenters

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This year DiG will host a series of detailed 2 hour Masterclasses jammed with practical information on how to Market, Grow and Automate your business in order to compete in the digital economy.

You might be a successful marketer, have experience in transforming organisations with new technology or an expert in growing companies using the latest tools and thinking.

If so, here’s your chance to shine in front of an audience of industry leaders and organisations hungry for knowledge and solutions.

All presentations should be relevant to the theme and highly professional. They MUST NOT be advertisements for your business or service, however they can refer to case studies and innovative solutions.

In 2015 we received many high-quality entries so the selection process can be extremely competitive. Fully-proofed, narrowly-focused, forward-thinking ideas that emphasize creativity and innovation will have the best chance of success.

All presenters, panelists and workshop facilitators will receive 1 x complimentary 2-day pass with access to all sessions and a DiG t-shirt.

Submissions close 31 May 2016 but we urge you to apply sooner rather than later so we can work together to create the best possible content.

How to apply:

Send applications via email to Committee@DigFestival.com.au including:

  • Compelling session title. Interesting and quirky is encouraged. Your title is going to be fighting for attention with potentially hundreds of other titles. The more direct and explanatory your title, the better.
  • Session summary including who you believe this session will appeal to (no more than 300 words). Blatantly advertorial content is NOT encouraged. We prefer compelling and balanced content that highlights solutions to a particular issue. We have no interest in sales pitches disguised as information. If you wish to introduce your innovative product or service to a smart and engaged audience, talk to us about Sponsor and Exhibitor opportunities.
  • Indication of previous presenting experience.
  • If proposing a panel discussion please include other panelists you recommend be included.
  • Links to presenter’s LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook (unless private) and relevant blogs or websites.
  • Links to YouTube video of presenter in action is desirable and helpful but not essential.

 

Does DiG Festival pay for my travel or accommodation?

We will discuss compensation for compelling Keynote Presenters taking into account “drawcard” appeal.

Unfortunately, DiG Festival is not able to provide travel, lodging or other financial compensation for Program Presenters, Panelists or Workshop Facilitators. However we will provide is exposure to the brightest minds and cutting edge innovators the industry has to offer.