One of the complaints we received last year was that BCNI was a little too open-ended and hard to grasp.
To help get the creative juices going and prefill some of the presentation slots we’re using uservoice.com to open the submission process to community.
Here’s how it works: you submit topics that would like to see discussed and vote on other session topics you would like to see. On March 15th we’ll pick the ones that get the most votes and solicit speakers. Feel free to volunteer yourself or others on uservoice.
If we get enough submissions, we’ll fill 40 percent of the session topics out before the event and leave the rest for those who are more spontaneous.
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[…] The real take away here is that it’ll be hard to not come away with a meaningful conversation, meeting or thought from BCNIPhilly this Saturday. So get your sense together, reserve a spot and come out — and present something. Check out a panel picker here. […]