Become a Speaker

PCBC 2020 Call for Proposals is closed. All proposals and speakers have been selected for the show.


This is what a recent attendee shared with me about PCBC’s education offerings, and I knew that we’d hit the mark. That succinct wording—without its usual industry jargon and buzzwords—perfectly encapsulates our education goal: unique, direct, fresh, relevant, and practical. (Yes, all of those, and at the same time).

PCBC attendees:

  1. Look for a cross-departmental focus. Marketing people jump into land sessions, design people head into multifamily sessions. They want to look at programming in their own professional focus, but then also explore “outside their area.” Few attendees keep a narrow focus.
  2. Pay for and attend for the quality of education. Your session needs to be so valuable professionally that it’s worth their airfare, hotel, and registration. (And that’s the lens we’ll use when we review your proposal.)
  3. Research who you are. Have you already presented this session at another show? If so, they’ll pass. (See #2 on seeking the most ROI for attendance cost.)

At PCBC we look for people and topics that provokes, moves our industry forward, gives our attendees new eyes to look at things a different way.

Mike SturdivantMike Sturdivant 
Conferences Director

Have a great idea or speaker recommendation? Send me an email. Interested in speaking at PCBC 2021, please add yourself to our CFP List.