Join us as a Presenter at InfoComm Asia 24! Be a part of our influential speaker lineup and drive the Pro AV industry forward. Share your expertise, whether you are an industry insider, thought leader, innovator, or technology expert enthusiast. Shape the future of Pro AV technology with us.
Open for Submission: 1 February – 29 March 2024
We invite submissions from diverse backgrounds within the Pro AV, IT, and emerging technology sectors. Our goal is to foster a broad spectrum of perspectives and expertise within these fields. Whether you are a seasoned professional or a rising star, your contributions are highly valued. Your unique insights and experiences in the Pro AV, IT, and emerging technology realms will enrich our collective knowledge, driving innovation and advancement in these dynamic industries.
Volunteering offers an exciting and fulfilling opportunity to create a positive impact without the requirement for public speaking. Whether you excel at translating materials, providing content guidance, moderating sessions, or offering valuable feedback, the satisfaction of driving meaningful change is genuinely exhilarating.
It is an opportunity to be a part of a larger purpose, where the excitement of volunteering thrives in the boundless potential for personal growth, making a genuine impact, and forging lasting connections. Come join us on this thrilling volunteer journey and share in the joy of giving back!
Questions about volunteering? Contact:
Ms. Sowmya S.
Coordinator, Live Content APAC
InfoComm Asia 2024 Summit
Email: [email protected]
InfoComm Asia programme is designed by the Pro AV industry for the Pro AV industry. We identify topics and trends that are relevant and important to the industry.
Speakers are encouraged to submit topics that align with their expertise. However, priority will be given to topics that fall in line with the requested sessions below.
Each year, the Education sessions at InfoComm Asia draw a substantial audience of industry professionals. Most accepted submissions from our Call for Presentations (CFP) are featured in the InfoComm Asia Education Program, which focuses on vendor-neutral technical and professional sessions.
The session type you choose depends on how you intend to deliver your content. During the application process, you must select one of three session formats: Presentation (20 min), Case Study (20 min), or Panel Discussion (45 min) as either a Moderator or Panelist. If our team believes that a different format would be more suitable, we will be in touch.
Presentation: This format involves the delivery of technical content by one or two speakers, sharing key insights, solutions, and takeaways. It also includes a dedicated time for audience Q&A.
Case Study: Share a real-world example of how a technology, process, or solution led to success. This format allows for audience Q&A as well.
Panel: Engage in a discussion of current trends or technology developments from various perspectives, featuring no more than five speakers, including the moderator. Audience Q&A is an integral part of this format.
Attendees at InfoComm Asia 24 have a diverse range of knowledge and expertise when it comes to education and training. To best cater to our target audience, which includes technology managers, end users, AV/IT designers, integrators, and engineers, it is important that you tailor their topics accordingly.
Speakers should consider the varied backgrounds of our attendees and assume a basic understanding of industry knowledge. To help attendees choose sessions that align with their expertise, we request that speakers specify the level of their proposed content session using one of the following knowledge levels:
Beginner – suitable for attendees with little to no prior exposure to the topic area covered by the session.
Intermediate – suitable for attendees with exposure and some experience in the topic area covered by the session.
Advanced – suitable for attendees with extensive experience in the topic area covered by the session.
InfoComm Asia is seeking sessions that embody thoughtfulness, creativity, and data-driven case studies and presentations. Speakers are encouraged to ensure that their submission content directly relates to the Pro AV industry and its communities. When proposing topics, speakers should have in mind the goal that InfoComm Asia attendees should leave with actionable insights, best practices, and innovative ideas they can put into practice immediately.
Please note the following guidelines:
We appreciate your understanding and look forward to receiving your valuable submissions.
The selection process at InfoComm Asia is conducted by subject matter experts with extensive industry experience. Recommendations for session inclusion are based on several key factors, including the quality of the proposal, the expertise of the presenter or facilitator, alignment with requested topics, and suitability for our InfoComm Asia audience.
All presentations are chosen based on the information provided during the submission process. We expect submitters to meticulously follow all instructions and provide all the requested information. Incomplete submissions will regrettably not be considered.
The selection process involves a thorough review of every complete presentation submitted before the deadline. Completed submissions must include comprehensive speaker profiles (including bios and photos) for each session content leader, detailed session descriptions, and clear, actionable learning objectives.
It is important to note that we typically receive more submissions than we can accept. The final acceptance of presentations is also dependent on space availability and the uniqueness of the proposals.
Presentations must be tailored for AV professionals, showing evidence of material that will make a significant contribution to the development of attendees’ professional capabilities and knowledge of the field.
Submissions are evaluated on the following criteria:
A Supplier Speaker refers to a speaker who has a commercial interest in the audience attending InfoComm Asia and who is considered as a potential InfoComm Asia exhibitor. Supplier Speakers will not be considered eligible to present to a formal InfoComm Asia audience except in the following situations:
Tech Dialogue: 5G, Data and IoT – How to Avoid Being Left Behind?
Jane Lo, Correspondent, MySecurityMedia; Director, Finboxx
Vihang Shah, Executive Advisor, SynFiny Advisors, Singapore
John Lee, Managing Director (ASIA PACIFIC), GRF ASIA-PACIFIC Pte Ltd
Oleg Ishanov, Director of Information Security, Acronis