CEMA Summit Call for Speakers Now Open

February 7, 2019

Corporate event marketers are often so busy working that speaking at events falls by the wayside. But not only is speaking a great way to advance your professional career, by bringing visibility to yourself and all you do, it also helps others learn.

Even though it requires a little advance planning, and a little more work, it’s worth taking the time to submit at least one session abstract each year. Why not share your knowledge and experience with your peers?

The Corporate Event Marketing Association (CEMA)'s CEMA Summit is one event that is an excellent fit for corporate event marketers — and the conference call for speakers is now open.

CEMA advances strategic event marketing and marketing communications for senior-level event marketers and industry professionals. The CEMA Summit brings together 350 of these professionals for 2.5 days of education and networking.

This year’s CEMA Summit will be held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, July 21-23.

While the program line-up for 2019 hasn’t yet been announced, CEMA Summit in past has always had content designed to appeal to its audience. Topics span event marketing, strategic event planning, career development and more.

Speakers do not need to be members of the association. It’s recommended that industry suppliers team up with corporate marketers for any session submissions.

Read our recap of the 2018 CEMA Summit to get an idea of topics, content and what attendees can expect.

The 2019 CEMA Summit Call for Speakers will be open until Apr. 1, 2019. To submit an abstract, go here.

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