Submissions for speakers at the 2021 MERC Annual Conference is now open!
What Now, What's Next?
MERC is now accepting presentation outlines for the concurrent and plenary sessions that will form part of our 2021 conference to be held September 15th and 16th, 2021 at the McNamara Alumni Center at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. We are seeking industry experts who can offer insightful and thought-provoking presentations on challenges and latest industry trends in workforce mobility. MERC is looking to provide a fulfilling learning experience through our conference sessions. We are looking for bold and innovative submissions to create the solid base of our conference.
Our goal is to ensure the 2021 conference will deliver the most comprehensive professional development opportunity for mobility professionals and practitioners from the region and across the US. To meet that goal, we challenge you to share your best insights and knowledge with your peers and colleagues.
We are looking to bring together a unique group of presenters who will help our delegates face their challenges and excel in their organizations.
Are you up for the challenge?
Benefits for Presenters:
▪ Enhanced reputation as an industry expert
▪ Opportunity to present your best ideas and influence industry practices
▪ Improved profile for your organization
▪ New contacts and business relationships
▪ Recognition in all MERC 2021 conference materials
▪ Free conference registration fee (corporate speakers only)
▪ Please note: compensation, travel, and hotel accommodations are typically not covered by MERC
Only submissions using the template provided will be accepted. Supporting/background information can be attached.
Submissions should be sent to the MERC email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit your conference outline by May 15, 2021.
Submission form can be downloaded here
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