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Call for Speakers - Masters Program

You are invited to submit a proposal for a live event or recorded session to be included in the Marketplace Risk Masters Program. We encourage you to be creative - we are looking for webinars, master classes, interviews, fireside chats, workshops, keynotes and more!

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Call for Speakers - Masters Program
Call for Speakers - Masters Program

Date & Location

May 23, 2020, 9:03 AM – 9:04 AM

Masters Program

Event Details

You are invited to submit a proposal for a webinar, master class, interview, fireside chat, workshop and/or keynote for the Markteplace Risk Masters Program. The Masters Program offers a full suite of virtual tools and resources for entire teams to become experts In risk management, trust & safety and legal strategy - virtually. Through live events, recorded sessions, podcasts, blogs, and thought leadership materials, we have removed all barriers to learning, networking and sharing information that are a critical part of launching, growing and successfully exiting any startup! Whether online or through the mobile app, you can access mission-critical content, along with industry-leading experts, colleagues and peers. All combined, the Masters Program offers more touch points, access to a larger community, greater content through a dozen channels, and longer lasting impact.

Spearheaded by industry leaders, peers, subject matter experts and top academics across a wide range of industries and disciplines, the Masters Program is a solutions-focused, comprehensive, virtual platform where the ecosystem comes to share strategies and tactics tested and vetted through real-world applications and experiences. A dozen distinct channels provide over 100 hours of content covering: Background Checks & Screening; Compliance, Regulatory & Legal; Crisis Management & Public Relations; Cybersecurity & Data Privacy; Digital Identity & KYC; Gig Economy & Future of Work; Insurance & Insurtech; Marketplace & Platform Strategy; Mobility & Transportation; Payments & Fraud Prevention; Technology Innovation; and Trust & Safety. 

Please note, the Masters Program will launch early in May. Each live event and recorded session is slated for 30-60 minutes. All materials, including slide decks, summaries and details, must be submitted for review and approval in PowerPoint format by deadlines that will be communicated to you if your proposal is selected. Failure to do so may result in removal from the program. By submitting a proposal, you understand and agree that neither you nor your co-presenter(s) or panelists will receive any honorarium or compensation for your time or any other expenses whatsoever. Further, the Masters Program is industry and solution-focused and not about your company or product; as such, you may not to use this platform to sell any products or services. 

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