Agenda Speaker Information
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We appreciate your company's willingness to present at Credit Suisse 23rd Annual Technology Conference. The conference will take place December 2 - 5, 2019 at The Phoenician in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The format will consist of a 30-minute presentation or fireside chat. Before and after, we ask companies to host one-on-one meetings which are an integral part of the conference and provide an opportunity to meet top-tier institutional clients. The breakout sessions will NOT be webcast.
Credit Suisse Corporate Access
Phone: (212) 325-7394
Phone: (212) 325-0613
The one-on-one meetings are an integral part of the conference and provide an opportunity to meet top-tier institutional clients on a one-on-one basis. Each meeting will last 30 minutes with a 5 minute break in between. We encourage you to devote as much time as possible to these meetings. We will also do our best to ensure that you have your own room for all your meetings.
Our one-on-one meetings team (noted above) will contact you following the one-on-one request deadline of Friday, October 11th with the final one-on-one and dinner demand to reconfirm availability and ask any guidance before allocating. The preliminary meeting schedule will be forwarded immediately thereafter via a custom link which will reflect updates in real time.
All company management attending the conference should register separately via the conference registration link. If you have any trouble registering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please arrive at the Credit Suisse Registration Desk at least 30 minutes prior to your presentation at which time a Credit Suisse representative will direct you to the Speaker Ready room. A technician will be on hand to review presentations and answer any technical questions. Credit Suisse will provide a laptop for use during your presentation. Please bring a copy of your presentation on a USB.
Audio Visual Information
Contact: Enliven Production Group, email@example.com
For your convenience, each General Session room will be equipped with a stage, a lectern with microphone, a projector and screen, a primary/backup laptop and any other audio-visual equipment you indicate on your registration form. Below are some additional guidelines for using computer generated slides as well as video.
Computer Generated Presentations
All presentations are requested to be in 16:9 format and submitted 2 business days ahead of presentation time by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentations that are too large to be emailed can be uploaded to our servers directly. Please contact Enliven and request an upload link. When sending your presentation please remember to include any special fonts you may require as well as any video clips that will need to be embedded into your presentation. Upon receipt we will check to make sure your presentation is operational and confirm receipt via email. On site a primary and back¬up Windows based computer will be in each General Session room. Conference laptops are configured with the current version of Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe PDF Viewer for PDF presentations. If your presentation was created using Apple Keynote, please contact us so we can confirm a MAC Laptop is available for use during your presentation. If you feel more comfortable using your own laptop we will have a standard HDMI connection at the lectern to accommodate this request.
Stand Alone Videos
Stand-Alone videos, not embedded into your presentation file can be accommodated. Videos should be in .mp4 or .mov format. Please contact Enliven at the email above so we can make sure to have the appropriate equipment available during your time slot and provide you with information on how to submit your video to us.
Contact: Charles Yonts, email@example.com
Credit Suisse will be webcasting all presentations during the 23rd Annual Technology Conference (unless the presenting company objects or Credit Suisse is restricted from this activity by regulation). Please note, we advise you to confer with your own counsel prior to making your decision about webcasting. Credit Suisse does not take responsibility for potential conflicts that might arise as a result of the webcast. Please indicate "yes or no" to authorize webcasting of the presentation in the Webcasting Authorization section of the Speaker Registration page. If you, as a presenting company, would like to make your webcast available to the general public on your company website, please let us know and we will provide the sign-up link.
This year we are going green! We are discouraging speaking companies from sending handouts.