2016 Speaker & Topic Proposals

World of Concrete is committed to providing in-depth and comprehensive education for concrete/masonry construction industry professionals looking for innovative technologies, tools and trends that will strengthen and grow their businesses. Are you a subject matter expert in your field? Do you have proven best practices that could help others succeed? WOC Education Program staff calls on you to share your unique knowledge and business expertise with industry professionals – you may submit up to three proposals.

 

Dates:               February 1 - 5, 2016

Location:          Las Vegas Convention Center

Audience:         Contractors, Producers, Architects, Engineers, Project Managers, Business Owners, Field Personnel

Deadline:          Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Submission Acceptance:

WOC historically receives and reviews almost 200 new submissions each year. Not all submissions will be selected. The submission deadline is Wednesday, April 8 and all presentations will be confirmed by end of June. Speakers will be notified via email regarding final decisions. Selected speakers will receive confirmation documents outlining role, responsibilities and requirements.


Questions:

Questions about your proposal, submission process or educational offerings should be directed to WOC Education staff at seminars@worldofconcrete.com.


Two Options for Submittal: 


1. Online Submission Process:

- Click on above link to begin your online submission process. WOC Education staff will notify you via email that your submission has been received.

 
2. Email Submission Form:

- OR you may click on above link to download electronic word doc. Complete the entire form, save in original .docx format, and email to seminars@worldofconcrete.com along with Speaker Bio word doc.

 

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