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Nandini Jammi at Turing Fest 2019

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Do you want to present at Europe's best cross-functional tech conference? Got a big idea or unique insight to share?

What you need to know

  • Turing Fest is a cross-functional tech conference, built around three tracks, each with a broad inter-disciplinary lens:
Buildengineering, product management, design, data science
Growmarketing, growth, revenue, sales, customer success
Lead: company culture, strategy, scaling, leadership

  • We cover a lot of ground, from a lot of different angles. We're open to talks that address any aspect of how to build and grow tech businesses or software products
  • The Turing Fest audience is a diverse mix of individual contributors, execs and founders from startups and scale-ups, as well as investors, agencies and forward-thinking corporates
  • This is not the place to pitch your product. We want presentations that educate and entertain — and that meaningfully help our audience get better at what they do
  • We prize actionable insight and practical takeaways above all else: we're aiming for the sweet spot between 'blue-sky thinking' and 'way down in the weeds'
  • This isn't the place for 101-level talks: our audience is smart and experienced, and we don't talk down to them


Speaker applications for Turing Fest 2020 are now closed.

Some other important details to note

  • We generally cover travel costs to Edinburgh for speakers whose companies can't, and provide accommodation for all speakers. We don't offer a speaker fee
  • We are committed to increasing diversity in our lineups, so we strongly encourage applications from speakers from traditionally under-represented groups
  • It's important to us that Turing Fest is a welcoming and inclusive environment for all, so everyone — including speakers — are expected to abide by our code of conduct
  • We generally prefer presentations to be unique to Turing Fest, or not to have been previously presented in the UK