SIGNAL, Twilio’s annual customer and developer conference, is coming up May 20-21 at Moscone West in San Francisco, and our call for papers is open now through January 31, for people interested in doing a breakout session.
SIGNAL breakout sessions show the power of communications implemented into everyday human interactions. For two days, speakers will have the chance to present to an audience of developers and business leaders who are interested in improving customer engagement.
People attending are looking to learn how to move their skill set, business or community to the next level by using communications.
Interested in speaking? This is what you need to know:
We’re looking for three types of sessions:
- Talk (~30 min) Educate the audience on your experiences, best practices and thought leadership on how to communicate and engage with your customers.
- In-depth technical workshop (~60 min) Dig deep into developing and deploying communication APIs in your applications. Your audience wants to learn HOW to code. Expect your audience to have laptops open, IDE's and compilers.
- Discussion panel (~30 min) Organize 3-4 experts in support of a specific subject. It will be an “Ask-the-expert” format to take questions.
Content can range best practices, customer stories, technical talks, demos, how to’s, industry trends, and talk to the experts.
Topics we’re looking to cover include:
- Developing and deploying on Twilio
- Customer engagement
- Contact center
- Internet of Things
- Trusted communications
- Marketing campaigns
- AI and automation
- Diversity in tech
- And more!
Interested in speaking? The deadline to submit a proposal is January 31st, 2020.
Visit our CFP Page and submit your talk today.
The Selection Process:
- From January to early February, we will add approved speakers to our agenda. If you do not hear immediately from us, it means that your submission is still under consideration.
- We will let you know if your submission is selected.
- We will do our best to honor any preferences you specified in your application. However, we may suggest modifications to your original proposal.
- If your proposal is accepted, you’ll need to sign a standard speaker release to give Twilio permission to record your talk and to use your name and likeness for SIGNAL promotion.
Perks of Speaking
- All speakers get a full-access ticket to SIGNAL, featuring keynotes, dynamic content sessions, and an invitation to our $bash celebration.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help with anything related to breakout sessions.