InfowarCon is supposed to be an immersive experience. A compelling and interactive “Show Me, Don’t Tell Me” type of discussion. An event where non-attendees will self-flagellate for not coming. Over the years, IWC has led in thought-provoking discussion, cutting-edge thought, dissent, and yes, the IWC favorite: controversy.
The goal is to ensure that all attendees are valuable participants, as well. No wallflowers allowed! More than 80% of the prior attendees wanted to keep InfowarCon at the highest caliber of presenters and participants.
Thus, we are asking that all prospective attendees and invitees submit a short “What I Bring to InfowarCon” blurb. This should be no more than a few paragraphs (unless you feel the need to pontificate). We will accept up to 60 attendees based upon their Call for Papers and/or their “What I Bring to InfowarCon” blurb.
The cost to attend is only $300 for speakers and attendees alike! This includes 3 days filled with delicious food, abundant booze, and great presentations.
Send this form along with your attendance request blurb to Betty@InfowarCon.com along with the number of requested attendees. Sending both at once will speed up the process.
InfowarCon 16 will hosted at the same, unpublished private venue. Attendees will be provided with the exact location prior to the event.
Your airport is BNA in Nashville, TN, and the event is nearby. We can provide you with a list of reputable hotels, which are within a 10 minute Uber drive. (Cause the evening discussions can get a bit late… there are great wines, custom drinks, and desserts!)
Cameras will be there to record the presentations. Deal with it. No media, though! Comments are NOT FOR ATTRIBUTION unless specifically noted by the presenters.