Call For Speakers


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Data Platform Virtual Summit 2020 will run 24×7, Round-The-Clock, Non-Stop.

Pre-Con Training Classes: Nov 30 & 1
Regular Conference: Dec 2, 3 & 4
Post-Cons Training Classes: Dec 7 & 8.

Steps To Submit

  • Add dataplatformgeeks.com and dps10.com domains in your address book / safe senders list
  • You will be required to REGISTER first (Speaker Registration). ( Previous DPS Speaker Registations are no more valid)
  • Once speaker registration is complete, LOGIN with your credentials and submit a new Training Class or Breakout Session.
  • In case your login attempt is blocked or there is any error in submitting the sessions, please drop an email to speakers[at]dataplatformgeeks[dot]com
  • While submitting your bio, please provide complete details.
  • If you are not a seasoned speaker, consider providing YouTube links of your past session videos. This helps the Session Selection Committee to review your technical & presentation skills.
  • Follow Data Platform Summit on Twitter for constant updates.

Training Class Submission (Pre-Cons & Post-Cons)


Breakout Session Submission

Training Class Submission Guidelines & Financial Compensation For The Speaker

  1. Training Classes (Pre-Cons and/or Post-Cons) should be highly technical, demo-packed, deep-dive, focusing on real-world scenarios.
  2. Training Class Topic and content should be up-to-date, original and exclusive in nature.
  3. Training Class should not have any marketing content.
  4. In the submission form, kindly detail out the Abstract, Modules and Attendee Pre-Requisites.
  5. To understand the financial compensation model, please email speakers[at]dataplatformgeeks[dot]com

Breakout Session Submission Guidelines & Benefits To The Speaker

Proposal Writing Guidelines

Use the following guidelines when submitting your breakout session proposals.

Tips For Successful Submissions

  1. Sessions with Advanced/Expert/Brain-Hurting levels will be given preference. But please make sure that Title, Abstract & Content is true to the session level
  2. DPS has a new track – Industry Solution. If your session focuses on real-world content solving a business/industry challenge, something like a case study + demos, kindly put it under this track. Sessions in this track will be given preference. But please make sure that Title, Abstract & Content is true to the track.
  3. Include content that is new, exciting, unique or significantly refreshed (if previously presented).
  4. Take a solution-oriented approach; include real-life customer adoption examples where ever possible.
  5. Focus on currently released technologies and/or the ones that are in heavy use/demand.
  6. Do not add any marketing information.
  7. Focus on demos. Sessions with demos get better feedback.

Writing Good Titles

  1. A title should be succinct but should have necessary info to entice the target audience to attend the session.
  2. Titles are in Title Case Format.
  3. Make sure Titles are original.
  4. Make sure your Title, Abstract & Session Content are completely in sync.

Writing Good Abstracts/Descriptions

  1. A good abstract describes the content, coverage, level & audience takeaways in a short paragraph.
  2. You may want to use Grammarly.com to correct grammar mistakes.
  3. Do not include speaker name, bio or any other speaker information in the abstract.
  4. After reading the abstract, the audience should get a clear picture of what will they learn from your session.

Benefits to Breakout Session Speakers

  1. The Speaker will get one complimentary non-transferable admission to the Event.
  2. The Speaker will get complementary access to session recordings for 12 months.
  3. The speaker can choose to attend one Pre-Con or Post-Con absolutely complementary subject to availability of complementary passes for the specific Pre-Con/Post-Con (provided the Pre-Con/Post-Con speaker has no conflict of interest).