April 29, 2019
End Users from Across Industries are Invited to Apply to Speak & Present their Successful Implementations at The Blockchain Event 2020
The 5Th annual event seeks speakers to showcase the industry’s emerging opportunities and beyond
Trumbull, CT- April 29, 2019 – TMC announced The Blockchain Event is accepting speaking proposals though May 1 for the event that will be held February 12-14, 2020 at the Greater Ft. Lauderdale/Broward Country Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Through keynotes, breakout sessions, case studies, live demos and networking opportunities end users from across industries will learn how to use blockchain technology to their strategic advantage. Collocated with ITEXPO, The #TechSuperShow, one the largest remaining communications and technology conferences in the world, The Blockchain Event is the dedicated forum for to come together and learn.
“The Blockchain world is booming with opportunity and with so much excitement, one of the best ways for companies to learn is from one another. For our fifth annual event, we are focused on showcasing real life, end user success stories from businesses of all kinds,” said Rich Tehrani, TMC CEO and conference chairman. “We are eager to review this year’s speaker submissions and look forward to hosting another Blockchain Event in 2020.”
Although all submission topics will be considered for The Blockchain Event, conference organizers will be most interested in proposals featuring a special focus on the following topics:
- How Blockchain is Changing Communications
- How Blockchain is Transforming Finance
- Blockchain: The Secret to Better Health
- Blockchain in Sports & Entertainment
- Blockchain and Elections
- Driving Brand Engagement through Blockchain
- Blockchain-based Distributed Computing
- The Blockchain Ecosystem
- Smart Contracts: Changing the Way We do Business
- The Real Future of Blockchain
- The Strategic Value of Blockchain
- The Future of Security Tokens
- Solving Real Business Problems with Blockchain
- The Enterprise Opportunity in Blockchain
- The New World of Social Media
To submit a proposal, interested speakers should complete the online form here: https://www.theblockchainevent.com/east/call-for-speakers.aspx . Speakers must adhere 100% to TMC’s “no commercialism” policy. If speakers cannot avoid commercialism, please do not submit a proposal.
Questions regarding speaking opportunities at The Blockcahin Event should be sent to Dave Rodriguez at 203-852-6800 x146 or Erik Linask at 203-852-6800 x284.
Registration for the Blockchain Event is now open. For more information, contact email@example.com . For media registration, contact Jessica Seabrook. Companies interested in exhibiting, sponsorship or advertising packages should contact Dave Rodriguez at 203-852-6800 x146.
For the latest Blockchain Event news, updates and information, follow the event on Twitter at @BlockchainEvent.
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