Utilize the following resources to effectively boost the visibility of your participation at CBC.
Let your presence be known!
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Promote Your Session on Social Media
Use the below post drafts with provided graphics above to announce your speaking engagement and encourage attendees to come to your session.
1: Don't miss my session " ______________________" at #CBC2024. I hope to see you there!
2: Join me at #CBC2024 on March ___ at _ : ___ where I will be speaking at the Baltimore Convention Center. Can't wait to see you!
3: Did you know I'll be speaking at #CBC2024 on March __? Check out the full agenda and join in on my session!
Include hashtag #CBC2024 on your posts for a chance to be featured on our social media channels.
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Announce Your Presence
Get the word out about your session at CBC 2024 through your company's website and e-Newsletter.
Don't miss my session "____________________" at Clean Buildings Conference 2024! Visit CleanBuildingsConference.com/register to save your spot today. Learn more about the event here: CleanBuildingsConference.com
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Trade Press Media Group, Inc. is committed to providing an educational opportunity for all persons and admits participants of any race, color, gender, sexual preference, age, non-disqualifying handicap, religion or creed, or national or ethnic origin. Any instruction/speaker not following our anti-discrimination policy will be asked to leave.
All instructors/speakers must disclose the existence of any financial interest and/or other relationships they might have with the manufacturer(s) or providers of any commercial product(s) or service(s) to be discussed during their presentation. Please include these proprietary interests on a slide and verbally acknowledge from podium.
Conflict of Interest Disclosure
Speaker should disclose any relationship that could reasonably be viewed as creating a conflict of interest, or the appearance of a conflict of interest, that might bias the content of the presentation. Speaker should disclose any significant financial interest in any product, instrument, device, service or material discussed in the presentation, including the source of any third-party compensation related to the presentation. By way of examples, significant financial interest or other relationships could include employment or stockholder status or funding. Speaker is ultimately responsible for determining whether particular information should be disclosed. Disclosure should be made orally and in writing during the live presentation.