2023 Seminar Series Planning Update

2023 Seminar Series Planning Update

Posted on December 1, 2022

Round 1 of SBC’s 2023 Seminar Series planning is complete. Thank you to those who submitted responses and have agreed to participate. We’ve received 11 submissions from member companies so far. Here’s what’s been confirmed:

  • We will have between 25 – 29 cities on the 2023 Seminar Series calendar
  • Speaking Commitments: 58 slots (77% of total available)
  • Table-Top Commitments: 33 slots (33% of total available)

2023 Confirmed Cities:

  • Buffalo / Syracuse
  • Chicago Area
  • Denver
  • Georgia (City TBD)
  • Metro DC Area
  • Miami
  • Michigan (City TBD)
  • Milwaukee*
  • Nashville
  • NC (City TBD)
  • Nevada (City TBD)
  • New England Area
  • New Jersey (City TBD)
  • No. Cal
  • Ohio (City TBD)
  • Omaha*
  • Philadelphia
  • Phoenix
  • San Marcos, TX
  • So. Cal
  • Tallahassee
  • Vancouver, BC
  • WA or OR (City TBD)

Possible Additional Cities

  • Louisville
  • New Orleans
  • New York City
  • Salt Lake City, UT

SAVE THE DATE | SBC Tech and Policy Summit (Washington DC)

SBC’s Tech and Policy Summit will be held on May 24th, 2023 in Washington DC. Be sure to mark your calendars. More details regarding the agenda, registration, etc. will be announced soon.

Next Steps:

  • Lock-In Date - Thursday, December 1st–Sponsors must commit to their city picks by the Lock-In Date. Upon locking in, Sponsors will be invoiced and SBC will begin planning the 2023 Seminar venues, marketing and travel. After the Lock-In date, SBC may accept additional requests from members to hold seminars in additional cities.
  • Round 2 will begin on Wednesday, December 7thAn email will be sent to the Primary Contacts for each paid tier member company to provide link to submit bids.

 For complete information on the selection process, click here: Seminar Selection Process Steps

 If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected].

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