Tips for Preparing a Successful Proposal
Do not send any supplemental material.
The decision to accept your proposal is based only on the information provided in this proposal. Information provided separately will not be considered.
Submit a complete proposal.
If you are unable to submit a complete proposal at this time, please consider a submission for next year. Incomplete submissions will be disregarded.
Polish your proposal.
Only well-written abstracts and bios will be taken into consideration.
Focus on education.
Proposals that appear to focus on selling products or services will be rejected.
Know your audience.
Your proposal should be designed for attendees with a specific level of experience. Preference will be given to proposals designed for audiences with five or more years of professional experience.
Make it relevant.
Your proposal should provide clear objectives for what attendees will learn and how they can apply this knowledge.
Submit your proposal by March 2, 2018.
Proposals submitted after this date may be considered for selection, but preference will be given to those proposals received by the deadline.
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