Countdown to InfoGov World Expo 2022
An Immersive Virtual Experience

Call for Speakers

The deadline for speaker submissions has passed.

Please contact [email protected] if you have questions.

Who can speak?

Information governance (IG) professionals. This includes privacy & data protection, eDiscovery, content services, data governance, records and information management (RIM), information security, change management, data monetization, and more.

What can speakers expect?

An interactive “game-like” 3D virtual reality experience. Teleport to sessions or stroll the expo floor investigating software solutions. Store vendor information in a digital briefcase. Engaging interaction and networking. This is not your typical “Zoom-like” virtual conference.

Besides the opportunity to give back to the community, share your knowledge, and network with IG executives, you’ll also:

  • Promote your brand globally across the UK & Europe, USA, Canada & more
  • Attend the full conference – 20 hours of sessions in 2 days – at no cost
  • Attend the Speakers’ Reception on Wednesday evening with other VIPs
  • Contribute to the maturation & development of the IG discipline
  • Receive a 20% discount on Certified IG Officer Prep Training (good for 1 year)
What are the event dates?

September 29 and 30, 2022, preceded by two days of CIGO, RIM, and other InfoGov training.

Topics of interest
  • IG Best Practices & Program Management
  • Privacy & Data Protection
  • Data Governance
  • Information Security
  • eDiscovery
  • Analytics, Infonomics & Data Monetization
  • Change Management
  • M365 Information Governance
  • Governing Emerging Tech
  • Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG)
Session Types
  • Case Studies
  • Partnered sessions (pair up with a colleague)
  • Panel discussions
  • Information governance best practices
What we’re looking for in a speaker

Most sessions are 30 minutes in length, although there are a few slots for 45-minute sessions. We conclude each half-day with an hour-long Grand Roundtable discussion. Speakers must keep the session fast-past, keep the energy flowing and the attendees engaged while conveying valuable lessons.

We like ‘to-the-point’ presentations with good supporting graphics. Telling a story is always good.