Speak up! The Analytics Experience is opening its call for content


AX2016speakerThe Analytics conference series is getting a modern makeover. And it’s not just a new name.

The Analytics Experience, Sept. 12-14 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, is bringing thought leaders and analytics gurus together for one big event. So whether you’re a geek or a suit you can create a custom conference experience that delivers thought leadership, analytics strategies, learning and connecting.

Another big change happening this year is that we’re opening a call for content. Are you interested in presenting, but want to know what’s in it for me? Here are the top 3 reasons why you should consider presenting at Analytics Experience.

  1. Show off your work

Why wouldn’t you want to show hundreds of your peers the awesome advancements you’re making in the analytics space? Speaking boosts not only your credibility but also your company’s credibility.

  1. Make new connections

You think you know everyone in the industry, but do they know you? We all know making new contacts in this industry is invaluable. Whether you’re on stage or wearing your “presenter” ribbon, most attendees won’t be shy about coming up to ask you questions. Presenter = expert.

  1. Rock star treatment

Imagine rolling up to the Bellagio in a limo with paparazzi fighting to get your picture. Okay, I’m exaggerating. But what we have in store for our presenters is not too far from that. Some presenters will receive free conference registration and travel expenses. And some even have a chance to be interviewed by yours truly and become a YouTube star.Top 3 reasons why you should consider presenting at Analytics Experience #AnalyticsX Click To Tweet

How to submit

To submit your work, you’ll need a presentation title and brief abstract (one to two paragraphs) of your session idea. The list of topics and submission types can be found on the website. There’s even this handy cheat sheet to help you categorize your submission.

Don’t wait! The call for content closes May 5.

And stay tuned for more details about the Analytics Experience right here. Or follow the hashtag #AnalyticsX on Twitter.

We hope to see you in Vegas whether it’s in the crowd or on stage.


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  1. Hi Maggie, will there be any paper submission required if content is accepted? OR it will only require presentation slides for the selected session?

    Is there any link on proceedings from analytics conferences from past years?


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