The NLOWE 2021 Conference will take place virtuallyApril 13 - April 29, 2021.
This year’s virtual Conference will include two keynote presentations and seven workshops spread across three weeks. This event will virtually gather business owners, industry professionals, government representatives, and community partners to learn, network, and do business with each other.
Call for Presenters:
We are currently seeking submissions for the delivery of 60-minute virtual Conference sessions.
NLOWE is seeking content for the following themes:
Business Management & Growth
Leadership & Communications
Branding, Marketing & Social Media
Productivity & Strategic Thinking
Work Life Balance & Wellness
Sales & Customer Service
Those selected to speak will be chosen because of their ability to teach, challenge, and inspire attendees.
NLOWE is looking for presenters who have command of subject matter and desire to create a memorable learning experience.
Submitting Your Proposal:
Our attendees are looking for ideas, skills, and techniques to take back and put into practice right away. In your proposal, please share how you will engage the audience and three learning outcomes from your workshop.
Your proposal should also include:
Title and description of the workshop that will be delivered
Experience and qualifications
Short bio and high-resolution headshot
Associated fees and costs
Instructions for Submission:
Submissions must be received by 4:30p.m. on Friday, February 19. Please submit electronically to:
Successful applications will be notified no later than February 28, 2021.
Conference 2021 will consist of two virtual keynote presentations and seven virtual 1-hour workshops over the course of three weeks. Please indicate your workshop date preference(s) from the agenda below:
Tips for Writing a Good Proposal:
Remember your audience – what will help them grow and strengthen their businesses?
Help the selection committee understand why your session is the right fit for this event.
Don’t be afraid to be bold and creative with your subject matter and delivery approach.