Ignite events were originally conceived as technology variety shows, but they have grown beyond that. Ignite is about ideas. Ideas can change the world. And it takes less than five minutes to spread one.
Ignite was founded in Seattle in 2006 by Brady Forrest and Bre Pettis, and now Ignite has finally made its way to CCAT!
This first-ever CCAT Ignite session, Bring me something I can use, will take place on Monday, June 1, 2020, 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Each presenter gets five minutes on stage with 20 slides (max.) that rotate automatically after 15 seconds – whether you’re ready or not! Be one of 10 presentations that will “ignite” new ideas at #whatnowCCAT2020!
Are you passionate about a topic that promotes Tribunal excellence? Do you think others might be interested in hearing about it? Would you like to spread your idea at CCAT Ignite? Still not sure what topic areas would be of interest? Here are a few to consider: independence, tribunal leadership and management, fair treatment, accessibility, professionalism and integrity, accountability, efficiency and client needs and satisfaction. It’s easy to apply – just fill out our short application form.
Here are a few things we’d ask you to keep in mind.
Here are some of the things that the Selection Committee will consider. Think of them as guidelines rather than rules.
On the flip side, here are some reasons why applications might not be selected:
By submitting a proposal you agree that the Symposium will not be responsible for any associated expenses incurred by you while participating in this conference.
The CCAT Ignite Selection Subcommittee, at its sole discretion, may select any or none of the submissions received.
Still not sure what Ignite is all about or how to prepare for an Ignite session? Have a look at this “how-to” presentation that will help to answer your questions.
If you have questions about speaking, please send an e-mail to Cindy Hick.