Thanks to everyone who attended FreePBX World 2016!

The FreePBX World call for speakers is open!

Hosted at AstriCon 2016, FreePBX World will bring open source telephony enthusiasts, integrators, and end users together for three days of educational seminars and networking. It's an opportunity for anyone interested in VoIP phone systems to learn about the world's most widely deployed open source PBX platform, FreePBX.  Do you have a presentation idea that would interest the FreePBX community? You're invited to submit a speaking proposal for consideration. We are especially interested in case studies and technical sessions. If selected as a conference speaker, you will gain visibility in the industry and advance your profession while contributing to the future of FreePBX.

Dates: September 27-29, 2016

Location: Renaissance Phoenix Glendale Hotel & Spa Glendale, AZ USA

Deadline to Submit a Proposal: July 29, 2016

Speaker Requirements:

If you have more than one idea, please feel free to submit multiple proposals. We will notify you by August 5 if you are selected to speak at FreePBX World. Please note, we receive many applications for speaking opportunities and cannot accommodate all requests. Also, some sessions may presented in a panel format or feature multiple speakers. The decision to feature multiple speakers in any session is at the sole discretion of conference organizers.

We appreciate your interest in FreePBX World 2016 and your decision to submit a speaking proposal. 


Please provide details of any prior speaking experience at conferences or other similar events. If you do not have prior experience, just state "none," as we are open to first-time speakers if the idea is of broad interest to the FreePBX community.

Tell us about yourself, your experience, and what qualifies you to speak on the subject you are suggesting.

Enter the session description that would be published in the conference guide to encourage people to attend your presentation.

Which part of the FreePBX Community do you represent, and which part of the FreePBX Community is your intended audience?


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