Current Public Seminars
IRM UK Speaking Opportunities
IRM UK organises seminars (public and in-house) and conferences.
The following is a list of some of the speakers that have made seminar presentations and in some cases conference presentations for IRM UK:
The following is a list of some of the speakers that have made conference presentations for IRM UK:
Mike Ferguson, Andy Hayler, Chris Date, Jason Bloomberg, Don Tapscott, Nigel Pendse, David Marco, Robert S Seiner, John Ladley, Gwen Thomas, Guy Tozer, Jonathan Geiger, Johnny Long, Nigel Turner, David Evans, John Schley, Alec Sharp, Doug Drolett, Paul Harmon, Howard Smith, Richard Soley, David Robertson, Jeff Scott, David Sprott, Aaron Zornes, Philip Howard, Sean Kelly, George Paras, Michael Rosen, Daniel Lange, Alex Peters, Bill Inmon, Robert Seiner, Rob Karel.
Seminars: We use independent leading consultants to present our seminars which can last from 1 to 5 days. We provide leading edge, independent, quality education aimed at IT Professionals and Business Managers from blue chip organisations across Europe. We would be pleased to hear from you if you feel you can be one of our panel of speakers and you have seminar material that would complement our portfolio of seminars. We also provide in house training and are always looking to add to our portfolio of courses that we can run in-house. Should you want to submit a seminar proposal please forward the following information to Jeremy Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Seminar Outline, including Introductory paragraph(s), the seminar outline and an indication of who the audience (job titles, level of seniority) would be
- The speaker's biography
- Information on any events spoken on and copies of evaluation forms completed by attendees at these events
- Speaker contact details (address, phone, e-mail)
Conferences: To locate speakers for our conferences we use our extensive list of contacts and we also issue a Call for Papers well before each event. For more information on our upcoming conferences please click here. This gives potential speakers the opportunity to submit a synopsis of their presentation. Once the Call for Papers deadline has passed IRM UK and the conference programme committee will look through all submissions and select the most appropriate papers to be presented as part of the conference. Presentations will last anywhere from half and hour to an hour and a quarter. We ask for the following information from anyone replying to our call for papers:
- Presentation Description: (Up to 120 words plus 3-5 bullet points of key topics)
- Audience level and Job Titles Targeted
- Speaker Biography
- Brief list of speaking experience
If you already have this information and you would like to forward it to us please forward it to email@example.com and indicate which conference it would be for. Please also supply the requested information below.
If you would like to be added to our call for papers mailing list please e-mail the following details through to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Contact name
- Job Title
- Company Name
- Company Address
- Telephone Number
- Fax Number
- E-mail address
- Area of Specialisation