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PMI San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (PMI-SFBAC) requests a proposal from a potential speaker, for a 1 to 1.5 hour seminar, so as to ascertain the strength of the quoted topic and the potential of it being a part of a full day or a half-day event. This review would be done by the Event Selection Committee, after receiving a completed proposition form through the speaker.
Speaker photo, brief bio and topic details will be added on the event page of the PMI-SFBAC website.
At least 3 emails (with speaker photo, brief bio and topic details) will be sent to all the members of the Chapter as part of event registration/promotion (~2500 members times 3 emails).
Event will be promoted in Chapter’s social networking sites.
Majority of the chapter members are employees of all the major companies in the SF bay area. This gives a great visibility for the speakers in the SF bay area companies.
Approximately 40 Senior Project/Program Managers and other Executives from the SFbay area companies are expected to attend seminar event.
Speaker gets a complimentary registration for the event.
PMI Chapters are non-profit organizations and aim to make these events as break-even. Hence the chapter will not cover any expenses or honorarium for the speakers.
o The expenses like travel, boarding and speaker seminar fees will not be covered by the Chapter.
o The PMI-SFBAC does not cover speaker fee for the seminars. However, we do consider profit sharing for workshops.
Profit from workshops for 1/2 day or a full day can be shared with the speaker. Details will be provided when the topic is selected by the event committee.
Speaker’s information and the presentation details given below will be sent to the event selection committee. The committee will decide the speaker and the topic.
The PMI-SFBAC will contact you with a response within 1 month of receiving your proposal.
Give a compelling statement of the problem, including astounding statistics and current trends. Make sure this statement describes how the presentation relates to project managers, how it will make a positive impact on their knowledge, and what solutions or tools this talk will provide:
In case the event is a ½ day or full day workshop fill in the questions below.
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