Putting Theory into Action
Are you working on an RegTech service and/or product?
Do you have results to proof the significant change brought about by your RegTech service and/or product?
If you have answered “YES” to both questions, WE WANT YOU!
As part of RegFact's effort to accelerate the adoption of real-time RegTech user case solutions and to sharpen the competitiveness and enable their expansion to the market. This “Call for Proposal” is part of our undertaking to develop the understanding within the RegTech ecosystem.
Fill in the form below to tell us the change/improvements you have achieved through the application of your RegTech service and/or product and stand a chance to be selected as one of our speaker to share your findings on our stage!
Call for Proposal opens: January 1st, 2019
Call for Proposal closes: February 28th, 2019
Notifications to Authors Start: Within 5 working days
**Terms are subject to change
All applicants must read and agree to the Call for Proposal submission requirements prior to making a submission. All submissions must be received on or before TBD.
Call For Proposal
Terms & Conditions
1. The original service and/or product’s owner(s) of a presentation must submit for the Call for Proposal. Third parties may not submit materials on behalf of a potential project’s owner or team.
2. RegFact does not accept product or vendor-related pitches. If your presentation is a thinly veiled advertisement for a product or service your company is offering, please do not submit.
3. RegFact's selection process is competitive. Members of the RegFact team will review each submission. Submissions should clearly detail the concepts, ideas, findings, and solutions a researcher or speaking team plans to present.
4. Submissions that highlight new research & implementations of Regulation Technology are highly recommended and will be given priority.
5. Submissions that includes white papers will also be given priority.
6. Each submission must include detailed bibliographies acknowledging prior work in the space.
7. Individuals submitting a "Call for Proposal" will receive a “Your submission for RegFact has been received” email notification within 48-72 hours of receipt of the submission. After selections have been completed, all submitters will receive an email confirmation of acceptance or rejection.
8. Service and/or product’s owner will be contacted directly if RegFact team have any questions about a submission.
9. If you have any questions regarding your submission, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. RegFact requests that submitters (and members of a speaking team) do not contact RegFact team directly regarding a submission.
1. RegFact requires that submitted work has not been previously published elsewhere, or if it has, that Speakers have obtained permission for its publication by RegFact and will promptly supply wording for crediting the original publication and copyright owner.
2. RegFact advises all project’s owner to create session titles that describes the session’s deliverable – what an attendee will learn by attending a session.
3. Attendees expect to receive a copy of your presentation, a white paper supporting your work, RFC’s, and tools/code (if applicable). All presentation slides and white papers are due no later than Thursday, February 28th, 2019. Presentations and white papers should reference the tool(s), law(s), website(s), or publication(s) mentioned. A bibliography will greatly help attendees who wish to learn more about your subject, but are not sure where to start.
4. Attendees expect to see “The Presenter” deliver professional, polished presentations. RegFact strongly recommends that all product/service’s owner rehearse their presentation multiple times in front of another person(s).
5. RegFact expects “The Presenter” to be available throughout the event to meet and talk with attendees. Attendees want to meet the service and/or product” and ask questions. Please advise conference management of time constraints when submitting your materials.
By submitting paper, speakers understand and agree to the Official Terms as detailed in this section and subsequent sections of this document.
1. By presenting at a RegFact conference, you grant RegFact permission to record, reproduce, distribute, advertise, and show your presentation including but not limited to RegFact, conference proceedings and materials, audio, video, printed and/or electronic ads, fliers, mailers, etc.
2. Full conference passes are given only to those who actively participate as project’s owner on accepted presentations.
1. Conference passes are non-transferable.
2. Co-workers, PR representatives, press, spouses, friends etc. must register and pay the appropriate fees.
3. BlockChain will provide one projector, one screen, one wired Ethernet connection and one wired microphone (if applicable) for the onsite presentation.
1. Project’s owner are responsible for providing all other necessary equipment, including laptops and machines for their presentation.
4. If the presentation is deemed to be a work of plagiarism or a blatant vendor pitch, RegFact may revoke the project’s owner’s honorarium and the project’s owner will not be considered for future presenting opportunities.
5. Part of presenting at RegFact requires an understanding that our project’s owner represent the brand and the Regulation Technology community. All participants must work together to provide value to their fellow attendees, Speakers, and corporate sponsors, as well as staff at the show. Please act accordingly.
6. RegFact reserves the right to change scheduled speaking times as necessary. While every effort will be made to honor assigned times, Speakers may be called upon to present at any time during the conference.
7. RegFact reserves the right to rescind an accepted submission without reason.