What does your session do? *
- What are you going to do? -
Tell a story
Talk about success or failure in a positive way
We're looking for authentic content which interests people. We're not looking for overt sales pitches or company updates. The best content tells a story, gives wisdom, or entertains us. Curation will be heavily slanted towards content that achieves this.
Presentation category *
- What category does it fall under? -
Success story / Case Study
Are you flying Han Solo, or bringing the team along? Are you a Keynoter, or is a workshop more your style?
Difficulty level *
- For which audience? -
Be realistic about who your content will appeal to. As a rule, we're looking for content which gives value across the experience spectrum.
Presentation theme *
- Choose between Tech, Music & Film -
Art, Science and Inspiration
Community and Activism
Content and Distribution
Culture and Entertainment
Design and Development
The Internet of Things
DIY, Hacker and Maker
eCommerce and Transactions
Entrepreneurialism and Business
Gaming and Game Development
Government and Civic Engagement
Growing into Emerging Markets
Health and Medicine
How To / DIY
Mobile in Emerging Markets
Learning from Developed Markets
Science and Exploration
Social and Relationships
Work and Career
WTF and Beyond
Royalties / Licensing/Publishing
State of the Music Industry
Music and Sound in Film
Marketing & Promotion
Music in Film
Social Good in Film
State of the Film Industry
Pick your theme. There are so many to choose from, and so many tribes to speak to, there's something for everyone.
Does your session have #T4A DNA? *
- What's the DNA? -
We're looking for content which does one of the above, which is why sales pitches and death by powerpoint are frowned upon.
A brief summary *
Try to summarise in as short and succinct a way as possible. Make it easy to digest. Explain why someone should attend your session.
DO NOT simply describe you rproduct / service, that's poor form.
What questions will this session answer?
When your audience sits down to listen, what questions are you going to answer for them?