What is a Things Conference keynote?
The Things Conference is not your average IoT conference. At The Things Conference, we pull together and inspire the LoRaWAN ecosystem through thought-provoking keynotes, engaging workshops and interactive side sessions where speakers can show the most impactful developments related to their technology.
We are looking for value-driven keynotes at The Things Conference. This means, we don’t want information you can simply find on Google. We are looking for real insider insights from professionals or enthusiasts in the industry on overcoming challenges – whether developmental or economic. This also means we simply don’t want product or company presentations.
Why should I apply?
The Things Conference is the world’s largest LoRaWAN conference. We are expecting a global audience to tune in, giving you an instant worldwide exposure to dedicated LoRaWAN professionals.
Keynotes will also be recorded and shared within our networks, allowing your keynotes to reach an audience upwards of 100,000 people.
When submitting your proposal for activity hosting at The Things Conference, consider the following guidelines:
Keynotes – Keynotes are talks given on one of our stages, often accompanied with presentations and sometimes co-speakers.
Workshops – Workshops are interactive, hands-on sessions where attendees can take an in-depth look together with an instructor at specific developmental challenges and learn how to overcome them.
Side-sessions – Side-sessions are small sessions where groups of attendees can take part in an interactive discussion with each other, provoking dialogues on key development or market trends.
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