Have you overcome a great information management challenge? Have you deployed industry-leading digital best practice? If so, Digital Construction Week (DCW) 2024 wants to hear from you.
DCW, the UK’s leading event for innovation and technology in the built environment, has opened its call for speakers. The event returns to ExCeL in London on 5-6 June 2024.
DCW event director Ollie Hughes said: “Speaking at the show is open to anyone and everyone within the built environment. Not only do you get the chance to share your thoughts and experiences live on stage, you also play a role in advancing our industry.
“If you’ve spoken before, we warmly welcome you back and encourage you to inspire your colleagues and peers to join in.
“Similarly, we are committed to providing a platform for fresh voices in the industry to help our community grow. So, if you’re new to presenting, we especially want to hear from you.”
DCW attracts around 6,400 AEC professionals each year and features more than 200 speaker sessions.
BIMplus: Why should you apply to speak?
Ollie Hughes: DCW is the ideal platform to elevate your profile and share your expertise with an engaged audience eager to shape the future of digital construction. The free-to-attend event boasts an impressive speaker programme, featuring more than 200 sessions. Each year, the line-up includes numerous thought leaders and digital disruptors, sharing their insights.
Selected speakers will receive promotion through the DCW programme, both online leading up to the event and in print during the show, offering exposure to thousands of industry professionals.
Who should apply?
The team is on the lookout for passionate and knowledgeable speakers willing to share case studies, research projects, engage in debates, host workshops, provide live demonstrations, offer how-to guides, present examples of best practices, and introduce new technologies and ideas.
Talks cover an array of hot topics and industry trends, including digital twins, information management, modular building, smart cities, DfMA, Internet of Things, robotics, cloud computing, AI, virtual and augmented reality, 3D modelling, and much more.
How should potential speakers apply?
The application deadline is Friday 23 February 2024. Submissions must be made through the application form on the website.
You can learn more about the event, what you need to know before applying, the topics discussed, and an overview of the theatres, here.
The DCW team will review all applications after the deadline, and successful applicants will be notified via email. For any queries about the call for speakers, reach out to the team at [email protected].
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