Become a Speaker

The 2015 CES Call for Speakers will launch in May and stay open for six weeks.  Please check back for more detail and specific dates and deadlines, coming soon.

 

Call for Speakers Guidelines:

  • Speakers are chosen based on the name in the submission. Please make sure you have the appropriate speaker identified prior to submitting your proposal.
  • Speakers may be submitted for multiple topics.
  • There is no minimum level of title or qualifications for speakers, although the majority of accepted speakers tend to be senior-level professionals.
  • Once you have submitted a proposal via the Call for Speakers, you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not, contact us at CFS@CE.org.
  • Call for Speakers entries will be answered in September 2014.  Back-up entries will only be answered in the case of an available speaking opportunity.
  • Keynote and SuperSession speaking opportunities are by invitation only. 


For reference, conference sessions included in the 2014 International CES Call for Speakers were:

Automotive Electronics

  • Just Around the Bend: How Technology will Change Driving

Business of Innovation

  • Finding the Money
  • Profiting from Social Product Development
  • How to Attract Venture Capital
  • Business Apps that Drive Success

Content and Disruptive Technology

  • Ultra HD Content: What Will We Watch in 2014 and Beyond?
  • The Era of Wearable Tech Arrives
  • Next-Gen Game Consoles: The Only Set-Top Box You'll Ever Need?
  • How We Will Watch TV in Five Years
  • Five Trends Driving the Future of Gaming 

Marketing and Engagement

  • Consumer Electronics Can Save the World
  • Fitness for Life: Creating Health Technologies for Lifelong Customers
  • Selling CE in the Age of the Mobile Shopper

Technology Trends

  • Cutting-Edge TV: What Technologies Will Shape the Future
  • Quantifying the Quantified Self
  • User Interface Innovation: What's on the Horizon?
  • Headphones, Soundbars and the Rebirth of High Fidelity
  • Impact of the 3D Printing Revolution
  • Future Gazing
  • Augmented Reality: The Next Big Thing or Information Overload?

Wireless and Mobile Technology

  • Wi-Fi to NFC: What's Next for Wireless Technology?
  • The Digital Wallet: The Road to Mass Adoption
  • Trends to Watch: Making Smartphones Smarter