Becoming a speaker is worth it – that’s for sure!
See and be seen
Increase your personal visibility and that of your company. By giving a presentation at our conferences, you increase your appreciation within your company. And demonstrating your competence helps make your company attractive to new employees and customers.
Promote your career
Be visible, show what you can do, and enhance your CV by being a speaker. Through your participation in tekom conferences and events, you will be published on our WebPortal, in social media, in the program booklet and in the follow-up to the event.
Develop a reputation as expert
Show your qualifications to the entire industry and be drawn into conversation as an expert. Use the tekom logo in connection with your presentation on your website as a visible seal of quality. By proving your competence, you can obtain exciting new orders and make new contacts.
Bring in and advance topics
By giving a lecture on a specific topic, you make its significance clear in the industry and can initiate new ideas, further developments and impulses in a targeted manner. In this way, you can help shape the landscape of topics yourself and focus on what is important to you.
Free visit to the conference
As a speaker, you of course attend the corresponding conference completely free of charge. Visit other lectures, tool presentations, workshops and meetups!
Network - we are tekom
Maintain valuable contacts and make new ones. Through your participation at the associated free conference and trade fair visit, you will meet old and new faces. Our popular evening events also allow you to chat in a casual atmosphere.
Win-win for both you and us
We are also happy to keep in touch. If you work for us as a speaker, you will be remembered. We may contact you with further enquiries, for example for exciting volunteer work, work in working groups, articles or blog posts, as we’ll know the specialist areas you are particularly fit and competent in. Also, as a lecturer, you will always be up to date on new trends, current topics and industry-relevant information.
Interaction and personal development
As a presenter, you’ll inevitably develop yourself further, getting to the heart of subjects, refining content, preparing, presenting to listeners and participants, interacting with interested parties and, at best, enjoying a lively exchange. Train your soft skills and grow with a new challenge by overcoming your fears, being authentic, getting feedback, experiencing your impact and much more.