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BusCon 2018 Call for Papers Deadline 3/16

Posted on March 12, 2018

METRO Magazine extended the call for papers deadline for its  2018 BusCon event, which returns to the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Oct. 1 to 3. The new deadline is Friday, March 16.

If you consider yourself to be an expert in a particular topic that addresses the spirit of the conference and would like to share your wisdom with this group by presenting at the event, we invite you to submit a proposal for consideration. Topics can be related to delivering superior customer service, employee training & retention, solving operational challenges and ideas for cost-cutting, technology and data best practices, revenue generation, and business-building.

Proposals should be submitted in the body of an email to Amy Lanphear, Conference Manager, at [email protected].

The deadline to submit your proposal is March 16, 2018.

Your proposal should include:

  • Title of suggested presentation
  • Three sentence summary of an unbiased session idea
  • Presenter(s) name, title and organization
  • Presenter(s) contact information

Once you submit a session idea, you will receive an email confirming its receipt. When the schedule has been finalized, we will let you know if you have been chosen and send you any additional details at that time.

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