Call for Content

Have a story to tell about Microsoft UC, such as Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, and related technologies? Think you can fill 60 minutes telling it? We are now accepting speaker presentation submissions for our June 9th event in Denver. If you’d like to present a technical session at Comms vNext Conference, please supply the following information in an email to

Proposed session title

Proposed session description

Proposed session demos (if any)

Proposed session requirements (Internet, projector, etc.)

Note: Comms vNext Conference reserves the right to record and distribute session materials and presentations.


What expenses will be covered if I am selected?
This is a free conference. Speakers will be responsible for any related travel costs. If this is problematic, please notify

Improve your chances of being selected

Ensure your submission includes:
Real world applications – Showing how it’s done

Relevant topics

A showcase of technical expertise

Best practices

Evidence of engaging speaking skills

If there are complex ideas, presenting them in a simple manner


Increase your chances of selection by avoiding:

Sales pitches.

Basic information.

Trying to cram too much information in.

Inaccurate session title to content (not deep enough or too different to description).


Can my session include co-presenters?
Because we have a limited number of speaker passes, we cannot offer more than one speaker allocation to each session. If you seek a co-presenter or panelist for your session, please use the Ignite speaker space within the Tech Community to reach out to the existing allotment of speakers.

Can I submit more than one session idea?
Absolutely, however, if selected you will present only one session.

If you have any questions regarding the call for speakers, content suggestions or Comms vNext Conference in general, please let us know at

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– The Comms vNext Conference Team