Speaker submission process
Submissions are currently being accepted.
What are FinCon attendees looking for?
Our attendees want to learn how to create better content, get that content in front of the right people, and profit from their efforts. They also want to learn what’s new and cutting edge in the personal finance and investing space.
Helping personal finance content creators make better online content, promote that content, and profit from it is what FinCon is all about. Creator Tracks provide creators and experts the platform to share their wisdom and for attendees to learn from their experiences. Creator Tracks are 40-minute single-speaker tracks–with the exception of the Discussion Panels, which include a moderator and 4 panelists. (Please note: All Creator Track sessions will be delivered virtually.)
Want to know more about the process?
FinCon Founder Philip Taylor talks to Andy Hill about speaker submissions and answers our most frequently asked questions about the process.
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We welcome you to submit multiple proposals.
All panelists and moderators will need to complete the agreement before the panel is considered. Each panel consists of 4 panelists and a moderator. Please do not submit a panel idea unless you have all of your panelists lined up.The moderator will should make the initial submission and then the system will request email addresses for the 4 panelist. It will then email them the speaker form to complete individually.
Speaker submissions are currently being accepted. There will be several speaker announcements made, beginning in May of 2020, with all proposals either accepted or declined by August of 2020.
You will need your compelling session title, description with takeaways, a complete list of panelists (if applicable), a brief bio, headshot, and basic contact info.