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Call for Proposals

MPI continually strives to provide its members with quality programs with education and sessions from both industry and professional speakers. We invite you to review your opportunities to participate upcoming global conferences organized by MPI, or submit your ideas for consideration by our team for future events.

2017 World Education Congress

Meeting Professionals International (MPI) is excited to announce that the call for speaker participation proposals is now open for its 2017 World Education Congress (WEC). Scheduled for June 19-22 in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand, it promises to be MPI’s most innovative, interactive and entertaining global event yet. Submissions for WEC 2017 will close on October 15, 2016. Click here to get started. We look forward to reviewing your submissions!

The MPI Innovation Showcase at WEC 2017

What’s the coolest piece of technology you’ve seen this year? What can’t you live without? Have you invented something that will revolutionize the meetings and events industry? Tell us all about it.

Meeting Professionals International (MPI) is looking for presenters who will talk about tech tools they’ve created at The MPI Innovation Showcase for its 2017 World Education Congress (WEC). WEC will take place June 19-22, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nev. Proposals will be accepted through October 15th 2016. We will start to notify selected speakers in December 2016. To submit, please click here:

Planner and Supplier Best Practices Experiences at WEC 2017

Have you ever been at an event when something went wrong? Whether it was a catering mishap, a speaker stranded overseas or a literal tsunami disrupting your program, we want to know – about what went wrong, what you learned and how you’d do things differently.

Why? Because at the 2017 World Education Congress (WEC) in Las Vegas, Nev., June 19-22, we’d like to hold a series of special peer-to-peer educational sessions based on how meeting and event professionals have dealt with real-world experiences and were able to minimize damage by thinking on their feet and learned from their mistakes.

So if you, or someone you know, has an “it happened to me” story, we want to hear about it (and can keep your identity secret if you’d like). Proposals will be accepted through Oct. 15, 2016. To submit, please click here:

If you’re interested in getting notifications for future call for presentations, please send an email to MPI Speakers.