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TIC Gets Snappy, Smart and Savvy
Calling All Advocates for Mini-Presentation Proposals!
Our feedback says that networking opportunities are one of the key reasons that people come to the TIC Conference. Our attendees bring with them great case studies, fascinating research, thoughtful ideas, and oftentimes quirky outlooks on this wonderful transit advocacy community!
We want to give more people a chance to share their story at this year’s event. On Tuesday afternoon of the conference, we will have a PechaKucha-style session with 10 mini-presentations. The official rules for this type of format are 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each, resulting in six minute and 40 second presentations. We plan to hold everyone to a seven minute limit, but we won’t be counting seconds or slides!
This session should be enjoyable for attendees and presenters alike. No stress! Have an advocacy project you are passionate about? Want to help people improve their messaging skills while making them laugh? Looking for somewhere to show off your skills at presenting vast amounts of transit investment data in a fast and easy-to-understand format? Submit your presentation idea!
No forms necessary. Send your idea by email to Allison Leach at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will accept presentations that seem original and entertaining until all spots are filled. Submit soon!