Call for Presentations
Don’t miss a chance to speak at the
first Canada-wide Community-led Salesforce event
and join the Ohana of True North speakers!
We are now accepting session proposals for the two-day True North Dreamin event and want to encourage everyone in the Salesforce ecosystem to share their work, experiences, and passions with their fellow Trailblazers.
While we don’t want in any way to provide strict instructions on how to prepare your presentation, we hope you will take a moment to review the few main guidelines that will help you prepare the best submission possible. Here are the things that you should consider before submitting your proposal:
What do you expect the audience to gain from your presentation?
What are you hoping to get from your presentation?
How will your presentation help with making Salesforce community even more awesome?
You can do presentation in a number of ways, talking about technology or focusing on community specific topics. Think about the questions we just mentioned when writing your proposal and give your best to make it interesting for attendees while sharing your experiences, teaching the community or presenting a cool solution to the problem.
Do you have more than one topic you wish to talk about? No problem! You have to submit a separate form for each session idea, but you can submit as many ideas as you want.
The session submission form will be open until March 31st, 2019. Our committee will then get busy with reviewing submissions and finalize the schedule. Wondering what our selection process looks like?
All data from the call for papers is anonymized during the initial selection phase to avoid bias.
All submissions are reviewed and voted for by the Program committee.
We ask the Program committee members to provide feedback of the proposal.
The top voted submissions are de-anonymized and speakers are notified.
If you have any questions or comments, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.