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Speaker Submission Process - NAEBA Call for Presentation Application
The National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agent® uses a speaker submission process to evaluate speakers for our association's Annual Educational Conference. NAEBA welcomes both Exclusive Buyer Agents and Traditional Agents to apply. All speakers who are interested in being considered for a 2020 conference session time slot must complete a NAEBA Call for Presentations application.
Session topics must be relevant and applicable to today’s exclusive buyer agent profession. Conference attendees want to hear about innovative ways to be more productive and successful in their exclusive buyer agent businesses.
Each speaking proposal must be accompanied by a short speaker professional biography and a list of prior speaking engagements from the past three years.
The 2020 NAEBA Educational Conference Committee reviews all submissions, and proposals will be evaluated by the following criteria:
Topics for the 2020 25th Annual NAEBA Educational Conference
The topics below are representative of the subjects to be considered:
Acceptance and Notification Process
All speakers who submit a proposal will be notified of their selection status by September 30, 2019.
Education sessions will be held at the Saguaro Hotel in Scottsdale, AZ on January 20, 21 and 22, 2020. Sessions are either 60 minutes or 90 minutes long. If your presentation is accepted, the NAEBA Education Committee Chair will verify your exact speaking date and the length of session and will work with you to develop your session accordingly.
About the Event...
NAEBA’s 25th Annual Conference is a three day long event bringing together NAEBA Members to exchange ideas, learn from each other’s practices, network and explore the newest technology. As a national organization, this conference provides the opportunity for real estate buyer agents and buyer brokers who only represent home buyers to come together to support the belief that providing a fiduciary duty to the buyer is the best way to foster the American dream of home ownership.