Thanks for signing up for the 16th Asia Summit in Singapore on 20-23 February 2022.
This page will act as your go-to hub for all information about speaking and sponsoring at the conference, including:
- Event information and updates
- Promotional copy and images
- Frequently asked questions
- Tips and tricks for speaking at the conference.
We are delighted to have you on board and want to ensure you get the most out of your speaking and/or sponsorship opportunity pre, during and post the event. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or suggestions you may have.
The PERE Asia Summit Team
Promotional copy & images
We have created copy and images that you can use to promote your involvement with the PERE Asia Summit here.
Inside the folder you will find:
- Copy for LinkedIn, Twitter, and emails that you can share with your network
- Personalised social media images promoting your speaking session and/or sponsorship
- General social media images
If there are any other materials that you would find useful to promote your involvement with the conference please contact Danika Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advice on speaking
- Forward thinking content: We want you to deliver new, innovative material. Even if you are unable to reveal specific details of a project, you can certainly talk about your ideas, your reasoning, your philosophy and your predictions.
- Evidence and illustration: We frequently hear from frustrated audience members who are exhausted by vague concepts and hollow phrases. Flesh out your message with memorable colour – anecdotes, examples, numbers and case studies. These will help your audience stay engaged and make your presentation memorable.
- Clear, concise, compelling: You’ve heard it before, but having a clear, concise, compelling message, that is well-structured is critical in delivering a good presentation. You may wish to deviate from your line a little, but the description of your speech is exactly what our audience asked for during our research, and is what they have travelled to hear.
- No sales pitches: The strongest damnation is reserved for those who resort to self-promotion or lengthy explanations of their product portfolio, company history and organizational structure.
- Be conversational: Do not rely on your notes or slide deck too much. Having a relaxed, conversational tone will go a long way in building rapport with the audience.
- Smile and maintain eye contact
- Engage and inspire: Get the audience involved. You’re more likely to make a lasting impression if you hear back from the audience.
Frequently asked questions