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BusCon 2011 call for presentations

Posted on November 16, 2010

BusCon is accepting proposals for presentations for the 2011 conference, which will take place September 13-14 at Navy Pier in Chicago, IL.

General Requirements:

Proposals for presentations should include the following:

  • An abstract of 100-200 words
  • A brief biography of the presenter or each panel member (50-100 words)
  • Presenter contact information

Presentations must be completely unbiased and brand/product neutral. Without exception, materials and presentations must provide solid, take-away value for attendees. Please submit your presentations to Adriana Michaels at [email protected] by February 18th.

More information on BusCon, its speakers and sessions, in addition to registration and travel information can be found at www.BusConExpo.com or by calling (800) 576-8788.

 

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