TRACK SESSIONS SPEAKING REQUEST

Thanks to all our speakers for a successful agenda at the U.S. Money20/20 on October 23-26, 2016 in Las Vegas. We are now beginning to evaluate speaking proposals for this year’s U.S. event, scheduled for October 22-25, 2017.

Click here for information on speaking at Money20/20 Europe in June 2017.

Please complete the speaking request form below. We’ll reach out to you if we have follow up questions about your proposal. We evaluate each speaking request carefully and will be making speaker selections on a rolling basis starting immediately. Although there is no formal deadline for speaking requests, we strongly recommend submitting them as early as possible.

Great speakers and agenda content are critical to the success of Money20/20. In 2017, the Money20/20 agenda will feature 400+ speakers across 150+ sessions. Demand is extremely high for speaking roles. We receive thousands of inbound requests in addition to our outbound recruiting efforts for speakers. Many of our speakers are the CEOs/Founders of their organizations and all are senior industry leaders that are shaping the future of money.

Click here to learn more about our expectations for speakers and how to develop a successful proposal.

Please do not submit your proposal more than once. Multiple submissions of the same proposal do not increase your chances of being selected as a speaker.

Thank you for your interest in speaking at Money20/20!

Proposed Speaker Information:

While we are happy to copy two secondary contacts (such as an executive assistant or corporate communications or PR professional) on all correspondence regarding the speaking opportunity, it is often necessary during the speaker evaluation and agenda planning process to communicate with the speaker candidates directly. Proposals without the direct email address for the speaker cannot be accepted. If you are proposing more than one speaker from your organization, then please submit a separate speaking request for each. Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).