Want to Speak at ALTA’s Agents & Abstracters Forums?

November 3, 2011

ALTA is currently accepting educational session proposals for its five regional Agents & Abstracters Forums.

These presentations should be educational (not sales) and in an area of interest to smaller businesses. The presentation should last about an hour and a half.

The Agents & Abstracters Forums provide an opportunity for smaller agents and abstracters to meet with peers, learn, and freely exchange ideas, experiences and opinions on issues that affect smaller businesses today.

There are five opportunities for you to speak; however the dates and locations for the 2012 meetings have not been set. But if selected as a speaker, we would work with you to conveniently schedule your presentation at one of the regional meetings in a cost-effective manner.

Click here to submit a proposal. After a proposal is submitted, an automatic confirmation will be sent indicting the proposal was received.

The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 18, 2011. ALTA leadership, volunteers and staff will review proposals at the end of November, and you should learn the final status of your proposal by mid December.


Contact ALTA at 202-296-3671 or communications@alta.org.

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