How long are the sessions?
All sessions are 45 minutes, with 15 minutes for Q&A and transition to the next speaker after the presentation.
What timezone is used?
Our base timezone for the event is the timezone of the event (Brussels) and any times that we mention will always be referenced in the event timezone. If you need to convert it to your timezone we are big fans of everytimezone.com.
The agenda; session pages and our app should pick up your local timezone and show you the times in your local timezone.
Will I present live?
At this event, all sessions will be delivered live, in person, at Corda Campus in Belgium.
What technology will be used to present?
You can use your own laptop to present. It must have one of the following:
- USB connection to use SmartLink
You will present from a lectern and can move freely across the stage area, a remote presenter (clicker) is provided (requires a USB key to insert into your laptop) or you can use your own.speaker-lectern.jpg
There is a comfort monitor above the audience which you can use to display prompts or notes, and clock beneath so that you can keep track of your progress.auditorium.jpg
Where can I add my pronouns (and what does this mean)?
We ask that all speakers add their pronouns to their Sessionize profile if they feel comfortable doing so by editing your profile.sessionize-pronouns.png
Not sure what this means or why we are asking you to add them to your profile? Please take a look at https://www.cultureamp.com/blog/sharing-gender-pronouns-at-work/.
How can I sponsor Mautic Conference?
We have several sponsorship opportunities from $500. Please take a look at our Become a Sponsor page for more information.
Who are the existing sponsors?
The existing sponsors are listed here.
How many people are going to be attending Mautic Conference?
We anticipate around 50 attendees plus speakers, team and sponsors.
Where is the event being held?
The event is being held at Corda Campus, Hasselt, Belgium.
What can I have on my Sponsors Booth?
All booths can be a maximum of 3x2m in size. They will be arranged along the sides of the plaza. The plaza will be used for all breaks during the conference, and will also be used for the lunch break and post-event social.plaza.jpg
You will be provided with two chairs should you need them. You may provide giveaways or swag on your booth.
All sponsors will be able to access the venue from 0800hrs on the morning of the conference and must have their booths set up and ready for action no later than 0830hrs. Registration will commence at 0900hrs.
Who will be attending Mautic Conference?
This is our first year of holding an in-person conference. We are aiming the event at:
- Mautic users
- Mautic administrators/maintainers
- Agencies using or interested in offering Mautic
- Mautic community contributors
There will be one single track of sessions during the conference. The second day will be a Community Day, with each team holding a contribution session during the day for people to get involved with giving back to Mautic.
How do I get a ticket to attend?
You can purchase a ticket through our Open Collective page here.
The email address associated with your account on Open Collective is the one that we will use to send the invitation.
How much does it cost to attend?
The answer to this is, whatever you are able to afford.
We have a minimum ticket price of $200, which enables us to cover the costs of running the event, but you can decide to pay more than that if you are able to do so.
What can I expect from the Mautic Conference experience?
The event will feature
- A single track running throughout the day with a range of topics being covered
- Opportunities for networking
- Sponsor booths with an opportunity to chat with providers of Mautic services
- Post-event socials
- An opportunity to get involved with giving back to Mautic during the Community Day on Tuesday, 9th November
Will the sessions be recorded?
There are no plans to record the sessions at Mautic Conference Europe this year, as we do not have the resources to do so.