INTERESTED IN PRESENTING?
As experts, business leaders, authors, etc. we encourage AFCI members, non-members, and professional speakers to submit their proposals to present at our conference. There are various opportunities for you to share your expertise:
A seminar is a 1-hour class on business-building skills that may be on broad topics for all members, or tailored in tracks to a specific member category. Seminar speakers are topical experts, business leaders, authors, or AFCI members considered experts in their field. Seminar presentations can be taught as lectures, interactive presentations, panel sessions or other formats.
A Hands-On Lab focuses on introducing, enhancing, or simply reviewing a technical method needed for the day-to-day of a creative business. The speaker is the private tutor for 2-3 hours while demonstrating step-by-step through a particular use of a software, social media, etc. Laptops are required and space is limited.
The Business Bootcamp is designed for speakers to lend their expertise on tactical issues and opportunities for growing business. Topics are focused on areas such as marketing, finance, regulatory, finance, and more. After this 2-3 hour event, the attendee will walk away with guidance, tools, and takeaways that business leaders need to address in order to successfully grow their business.
A Demo-nar combines both the business education of a Seminar, with the hands-on project technique training of a Workshop.
NEW! LEARNING CIRCLE
Small gathering of people who want to learn or discuss common business topics. This is led by a moderator who is an expert in the field or wishes to share their experience.
BENEFITS OF PRESENTING:
• Directly impacting hundreds of companies with your message
• Building credibility within the creative industry
• Increasing exposure for your services and company
Seminar applications are due no later than June 14, 2017.
Due to size limits, filling out an application does not automatically guarantee acceptance.
Fill out the online application today.
Contact: Nidia Negron