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BPC 2019 Call for Presentations

Thank you for your interest in presenting at BPC 2019!

Please complete the form below.

The selection committee will begin contacting presenters in early-to-mid February.

Promote your submission! Visit the BPC Session Crowdsourcing page and add your idea.

Here's a list of sessions our audience would like to see this year and we didn't see a submitted presentation about these topics specifically:

Most Popular

  • Dealing with unrealistic turnaround times
  • Managing a content library
  • Influencing others at all levels of the organization
  • Competitive intelligence with short turnaround

Popular

  • Harmony b/t the Sales team and the Proposal team
  • Surviving organizational changes (and/or acquisition)
  • Manage content for multiple lines of business
  • Organizational structure and centers of excellence
  • Any topic specifically for one-person or small proposal teams
  • Strategies for re-using content

Again - if you're thinking "I already submitted that!", please don't take offense that we didn't connect the dots. Just email Peter Frank and explain "that's what my already-submitted session is about".  

The deadline for these submissions is Wednesday, February 13.









Please summarize your session – this should not be your complete abstract. Conclude your summary with what you hope attendees will have gained by the end of the session.
 
Note: all formatting (paragraphs, bullets, tabs, etc.) will be lost when we export the submissions from this system. Simply be concise.

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Note: all formatting (paragraphs, bullets, tabs, etc.) will be lost when we export the submissions from this system. Simply be concise.

950 of 950 characters remaining