In 2017 the event reached capacity with 140 attendees. We have increased capacity for 2018 aiming for a minimum of 180 attendees, but with space to host well over 200 delegates.
The conference is hosted at 30 Euston Square, right next door to Euston Station in London.
No. All speaking slots are strictly offered on the merit of the session topic, relevance to our audience and experience of the speaker. We do not offer any paid-for speaking slots. However, you may choose to be the named sponsor for one of our keynote sessions, during which we’ll say a few words about your company before introducing the speaker.
Sponsors are also most welcome to submit speaker proposals independent of their sponsorship agreement.
Afraid not. You are very welcome indeed to submit a session proposal. The proposal will be assessed in the same way that all proposals are assessed. However, if you’d like to have a chat with us as you prepare your submissions to get our feedback and maximise your chances of your session being accepted onto the programme, then we’re only too happy to advise.
Sponsorship helps us greatly with the cash flow of running a large conference in an extremely good and well-located venue. It also helps us with marketing the conference farther and wider, thus helping you to reach a larger audience too. Therefore we issue sponsorship invoices when agreements are sent and ask that invoices are paid within 30 days of the date of invoice. If the conference is less than 30 days away, then we ask for payment before the conference takes place.
This depends on the level of sponsorship that you opt for. Some packages do include delegate places as part of the agreement. Others may offer discounted places. Please see the Packages and Opportunities page for more information.
No way! We believe that everyone in this sector has something to offer and should be able to access great conferences like this. Often companies – especially small ones (like our own!) – have tiny professional development budgets. So why should they be penalised to attend the conference? Everyone pays the same rate depending on when they book and whether they’re a previous attendee or a current client of Pickle Jar Communications.
Perhaps. Best get in there early to carve out the best package for you! We won’t turn other relevant sponsors away, but we will be completely open with you about who our other sponsors are. If you don’t wish to sponsor the same event as them, we totally understand.
If your sponsorship agreement includes attendance at the conference, or you also book as a delegate, then you’ll have plenty of time to network. This includes:
All refreshments are served in the same space where exhibitor stands will be set up, so you’ll have plenty of time to chat and network.
Exhibitors will be able to set up stands from the morning of Thursday 14 June. We’re afraid we cannot gain access to the venue the day before.
No. Stands must be free-standing. We advise that small pop-up stands are the best for the space available.
If a blog post is included as part of your sponsorship, we encourage you to attract people to your company by sharing your knowledge, expertise and best practice. We discourage a straight-forward sales pitch (and have the right to refuse such content), since that’s not the kind of content that our site visitors tend to want to read anyway. We will always include a link to your sponsor page from the blog post. Blog posts will also be promoted through the ContentEd Twitter account and in our Slack group.
Maybe. This all depends on the arrangement that you’re willing to offer. We’re more likely to accept this arrangement if you offer to provide something that we genuinely need for the conference (a service, for example) or have a great way of helping us to market the conference to a much wider audience in return for associating your company with the conference. Drop us a line to discuss this further.
Of course! Tell us what we’ve missed and we’ll get back with a reply to you right away. Contact the ContentEd team by email to email@example.com