We’re always looking for inspiring speakers to share their knowledge and experience at our events.
What we’re looking for
- Charities willing to share examples of best practice, innovation and challenges
- Agencies working on interesting communications projects with charity clients
- Comms professionals from public or corporate organisations – we like to learn from other sectors
Sound like you?
Please get in touch with our CMO Soraia for conferences, seminars and webinars. Check out our upcoming events calendar.
To maintain CRI® Group’s neutrality, speakers from the vendor community are very rarely accepted for main agenda sessions, but there are limited exceptions. As a curator and an organizer, it is our obligation to provide a platform for bringing non-homogenous perspectives to our audience. To learn more, please contact us.
The sessions presented by CRI® and non-CRI® speakers are recorded and accessible through our website and blog.
We expect speakers to:
- Commit to presenting, as this is an individual opportunity
- Not pitch products, services or books or request funding
- Avoid political agendas
- Present in a professional manner
In the case of physical events such as conferences and summits, the speaker will receive a complimentary pass that is nontransferable. We welcome the speaker to stay for the duration of the event and take advantage of other education sessions. If the speaker is unable to attend the entire conference, we do expect them to arrive the day prior to their session and they can leave immediately following their commitment.
Speakers should dress professionally to represent their organisation and culture. Professional business attire or the more relaxed “business casual” dress code is acceptable; a jacket is preferred. Please consider the expectations of the audience you are addressing when making your final wardrobe decision. The dress code for conference attendees is business casual.
Yes. If you are selected as a speaker, you will be required to sign the consent and release form before presenting.
Upon acceptance, our marketing team will be in touch to acquire your biography, high-resolution photo, full contact information and release form. This information is critical to promote your session on our agenda and in marketing materials.
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