Call for Speakers

The Call for Speakers for Agile Tour London 2020 is open until 22 June, 2020.

In its 8th year, Agile Tour London is a generalist conference with a truly agile mindset — where agile goes from procedural to practical, and from processes to people. With this positive experimentation in mind, this year we’ve decided to turn it into a more inclusive, longer, hybrid event.

This year's event will have tracks on:

The first two days of Agile Tour London will be Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 October and will be fully remote. The in-person, full-day #ATLDN will happen in Canary Wharf, London on Friday 23 October.

We believe the future of community is a blend of global and local, in-person and virtual. We are looking for active members of agile-minded communities to share your stories, you agile experiments, and the lessons you’ve learned.

Agile Tour London 2020 has about 42 spots for engaging talks and workshops, both in person and online. Please consider the two very different audiences when thinking about length of talk or workshop. For the in-person day, we are only looking for applicants from the greater London area.

For both audiences, audience engagement is a priority!

Why Speak or Facilitate at Agile Tour London? Here are a few reasons: to share your knowledge and experience, to promote your best ideas about Agile, to have a chance to be recorded by InfoQ (talks only), to attend ATL for free, to have some nice headshots and action shots taken by a professional photographer, to increase your social media influence, to have your courses promoted for free, to have fun and mingle — to inspire and be inspired!

Please use the submission form below to submit your session.*

If you wish to receive a submission acknowledgement e-mail, please request via contact@agiletourlondon.co.uk. *Survey Monkey unfortunately doesn't allow you to automatically receive a copy of your talk form, so we recommend you copy/paste your submission somewhere to save it.

Any questions? Email us at contact@agiletourlondon.co.uk
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