The latest window to submit speakers/case studies is now open!
We would like to call upon GSA members to submit a speaker/case study for consideration at a number of our monthly events.
As a key benefit of membership, complimentary speaker slots are available to all SME, Corporate, Premier and Buyer members at specially selected events. Those with an interesting case study and valuable industry experience will be asked to speak.
To submit a speaker, simply choose from the below events and send the following to Tatyana Pokidko at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, Wednesday 31st August 2016.
Please note: Suppliers must be able to present alongside a client.
Who are we looking for?
What do we want?
The GSA team will inform you within 1 month of the submission deadline if you have been selected to speak.
Special Interest Group – Charity Sector
Wednesday 19th October 2016
09.00am – 11.00am
Freeths, 1 Vine Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 0AH
Did you miss our first Charity Outsourcing SIG? See what was covered.
Topics to include:
Conference – Banking Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)
Breakfast Club - Sourcing Predictions 2017
Thursday 15th December 2016
8.30am – 10.30am
Sourcing predictions and trends for the outsourcing market for 2017. Hear from the industry’s most prominent analysts and expert advisors on their views on what 2017 holds for the sourcing industry.
Topics to include:
Breakfast Club - Topical Event
Wednesday 18th January 2017
8.30am - 10.30am
What hot topics do you think the GSA should be covering? Are there any trends you've noticed that you think the GSA should be discussing? What do you need more information on?
We will plan the topics for this event based on your suggestions.
Why speak at an event?
- Raise your profile
- Promote your thought leadership
- Generate new leads
- Share your knowledge
- Support the GSA & the outsourcing industry
How will the speakers be chosen?
Speakers will be selected based on the merits of their case studies and submitted materials
When will I find out if my case study has been selected?
We will inform you within 1 month of the submission closing date
What is expected of the speaker?
- To participate in a briefing conference call with the other speakers (approx. 2 weeks prior to the event)
- To submit their presentation slides 1 week prior to the event date
- To agree for their slides to be uploaded to the member's area of the website after the event has taken place
How many attendees will there be?
Breakfast/Afternoon Clubs - 30 - 50
Seminars - 40 - 70
Special Interest Groups - 15 - 20
What is the profile of the attendees?
We always aim for an even mix of buyers, suppliers and support companies at all our events.
Job titles include Heads of Procurement, Relationship Managers, IT Directors, Service Managers, Business Development, VP of Infrastructure, Heads of Outsourcing....
Interested in sponsorship?
For details on sponsorship opportunities or leading a Special Interest Group, please contact Tom Quigley on email@example.com 0207 292 8689.
Not a member of the GSA?
You must be a SME, Corporate, Premier or Buyer member to speak at one of our events. For details on becoming a member please click here or alternatively contact the membership team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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GSA Best Practice Day
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Fintech to Fabtech (2017)
Innovative solutions and disruptive start-ups are creating new platforms and software, transforming operating models that have been part of the legacy of business.
Customer Experience Forum (2017)
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Relationship Management and Collaboration
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