Countdown to InfoGov World Expo 2022
An Immersive Virtual Experience

Call for Speakers

The deadline for speaker submissions has passed.

Please contact 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.