Share Your Expertise at LiveWorx 2020

Written By: Nancy White
  • 8/8/2019
  • Read Time : 2 min

LiveWorx is the definitive event for digital transformation – it brings together a diverse population of technologists ready and eager to advance their business and seek better ways to get work done. There will be professionals of all backgrounds and industries: developers, engineers, manufacturers, management, and c-level executives.

With an event this comprehensive, it’s no surprise that the planning for the June 2020 event is well underway – and the LiveWorx team is looking for thought leaders and innovators to showcase their expertise at the event. This is a chance to join the ranks of esteemed speakers who have graced the stage before. Past LiveWorx speakers include Peter Diamandis, Michelle McKenna, Steve Wozniak, Malcolm Gladwell, Linda Hill Ph.D., Jim Heppelmann and other technology visionaries.

This week, LiveWorx has begun accepting proposals from speakers looking to present at the 2020 conference (June 8-11) in Boston. The Call for Papers will remain open until Sept. 26, 2019.
Speakers are sought in a variety of industries and technologies. Here’s a look at the educational tracks:

  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Augmented Reality
  • Automotive & Mobility
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Industrial IoT for Products & Service
  • Industial IoT for the Factory
  • Life Sciences
  • Oil & Gas
  • PLM
  • Retail
  • Service Transformation
  • Workforce of the Future

Interested? Get all the details on submission guidelines, session types, suggested content and more in the Call for Papers & Content Checklist.

Beyond the recognition of being a presenter, those selected receive an All Access pass to the conference and complimentary presentation development and coaching.

See you in June!

  • Augmented Reality
  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Digital Transformation

About the Author

Nancy White

Nancy White is a content marketing strategist for the Corporate Brand team at PTC. A journalist turned content marketer, she has a diverse writing background—from Fortune 500 companies to community newspapers—that spans more than a decade.