Call for Speakers 2021 is open.
ESPC21 Online – Call for Speakers Closes Friday 5 FebruarySubmit to Speak
Be part of something truly special.
Speak and engage online with leading experts, IT Professionals, Developers and Business Decision Makers at ESPC21 Online, Europe’s premier Microsoft 365 & Azure Conference.
2020 was an exceptional year of adaption and change for the Microsoft community and indeed, right across the world. As the pace of new developments, announcements, innovations, challenges and opportunities continue, 2021 is sure to be another transformative and dynamic year for all things SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure. At ESPC21 Online we’ll be bringing the community together virtually across three special days and a host of formats, from tutorials to track sessions and keynote presentations, to share knowledge, form meaningful connections, tackle the challenges and seize the opportunities this presents.
This is your chance to take a leading role within the conference and the community, sharing your in-depth knowledge, passion and experience with your peers, in turn helping empower the Microsoft 365 & Azure community to professional success.
With over 75+ sessions planned and ranging from introductory to deeply technical presentations across SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure, we look forward to receiving submissions to speak on:
- Microsoft Teams
- Power Platform
- Azure infrastructure
- On-Premises & Hybrid
- Management and Monitoring
- Disaster and Recovery
- Azure development
- SharePoint & O365 Development
- PnP / Best practices
- Application Lifecycle Management
- Compliance and Privacy
- Insights and Data
- Machine Learning & AI
- Usage & Adoption
- Project management
- Intranet & Portals
- Real world examples / show case
- And more
Find out how to apply below
ESPC is an amazing place to network with the community…it is the best place to go
The European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference is the “European Ignite” and a must have for all of you who can not make it to Microsoft Ignite, USA
ESPC helps Microsoft add ‘extra’ to ordinary which helps us all be extraordinary.
If you want to know what happens in the Office 365 space in Europe, ESPC is the place to be!
Took away some real gems from this year’s conference. Instant productivity boost. Thanks
The place to be if you want to learn about Microsoft products and their roadmap.
Great sessions and super atmosphere, thank you ESPC20 Online Team!
Submissions are invited from RDs, MVPs, MCMs, IT Managers, Business Users, IT Professionals, Developers, Consultants, Project Managers or anyone with interesting experiences about discovering, implementing and managing all SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure solutions.
Note: ESPC21 Online sessions will be approximately 30 minutes in length (subject to change).
1. Who can become a speaker?
Experts, thought leaders and specialists in the area of SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure.
2. What do you need to submit?
To enter your submission online you’ll simply need information such as a description of your proposed session or sessions, the audience and level it is aimed at, the key benefits of attending your session, relevant previous experience, your area of expertise, a speaker image and similar session related information.
3. How to apply?
Call for Speakers is now open, apply using the button below.
4. How are submissions selected?
The programme team, an independent team, consisting of industry specialists and experts in their field, will review all submissions and select the sessions to include in an exceptional conference programme. Applicants will be notified per email whether their submission has been successful in March 2021.
5. When is the submissions deadline?
The deadline for submission is Friday 5th February 2021 at 18:00 CET.
Notice of successful submissions will be in March 2021.
6. Successful Submissions
The ESPC21 Online team will confirm successful submissions in March 2021.
Please note, while sessions may be pre-recorded, speakers are requested to be available to host a live Q & A for their Session at ESPC21 Online.Submit to Speak