The Longevity Summit
Nov 17-18 | Taking Place Digitally
Speak at the Longevity Summit and define yourself as a leader. People attend the Longevity Summit to learn how technology will impact their company, their career, and the world at large.
In order to make the Longevity Summit learning experience second to none, we seek speakers who can provide a perspective that our attendees can’t learn anywhere else. With that in mind, our goal in choosing speakers is to find people who keep it real. Presentations that are heavy with buzzy platitudes or sales pitches do not offer value. We look for people who have a perspective gained through real world experience, and who can share that experience candidly. Successes, failures, team dynamics, technical challenges, and business outcomes are all shared at the Longevity Summit.
Have a great idea to share?
Speaking opportunities at the Longevity Summit take on a variety of forms:
- Panel participant
- Unique approaches to building a longevity organization
- Lab specifics and research stories
- Team leaders sharing their technology hurdles
- Executive management’s perspective on pursuing aging targets
As a potential speaker, we want you to ask the question, “Which perspective about longevity do I hold that would be valuable for others to learn?” Once you pinpoint your unique perspective, the rest is figuring out how to convey that perspective through a presentation, panel, co-presentation, or other talk format.
We want speakers who clearly see the impact that a coordinated longevity industry represents to the aging problem and are excited to be a part of it. These types of people are more likely to excite our audience about the possibilities, and will realize that sharing the reason for their excitement is the best way to push the industry forward.
As we strive to foster a peer to peer learning environment, preference is given to end-users (see attendee application for details). If you are a vendor that sells to life sciences companies, you can inquire about a sponsored speaking role here.