Join us as a Speaker

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Share your knowledge with the tech community

Have a case study or food for thought?

Become a speaker at Tech Show Frankfurt and make valuable contacts with other decision-makers at the conference.


The submissions in the Call for Papers are intended for user companies. Submissions from consultancies and software providers will be reviewed for neutrality and relevance on a case-by-case basis. Presentations can be given in German or English.

Take part in our 2024 conference programme

Tech Show Frankfurt incorporates four free-to-attend co-located events at Messe Frankfurt, 22 - 23 May 2024:
Cloud Expo Europe Frankfurt, Cloud & Cyber Security Expo FrankfurtBig Data & AI World Frankfurt, and Data Centre World Frankfurt.

The Tech Show Frankfurt 2024 conference programme will feature a series of panel sessions across the two days. Each panel will focus on a specific topic/trend within the broader themes outlined in each show you can find below. We also invite you to submit briefs for a fireside chat, solo sessions and interview-style sessions if you feel that the subject would be better suited to those formats.

Top tips for Session Success

- Use a title that says clearly what it is - titles drive attendance.

- Present something new and relevant to the audience.

- Use real examples - avoid abstract terms and acronyms.

- Use storytelling and data to illustrate key points.

- Take questions during the session.

- Use quizzes and questions to keep the audience engaged.

- Field a speaker who is engaging, knowledgeable and passionate - good speakers drive attendance.

- Be prepared to quantify costs, time-frames and outcomes with at least comparative data.

- Don’t start with a slide “Who we are”.

- Don’t start by assuming you know the audience - if possible ask them / have an idea of what they want to know BEFORE launching into the conversation.

- Don’t stick to the script - it may be far better to answer audience questions than run the planned presentation.

- Don’t read slides - tell a story.

- Don’t use more than 10 slides for a 30 minute presentation and make sure at least 10 minutes are left for interaction and dialogue.

- Don’t avoid answering questions of how much it costs or how long to deploy by saying: “it depends” - give an illustration with possible ranges and contexts.

Submit your session idea