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Should you take time off work to speak at IOTshow, IEW or smartBHARAT in 2024?

Speaking at a leading technical conference offers a multitude of benefits, particularly for engineering leaders in electronics, embedded, IOT and AI/ML. Here are some of the key advantages:

Here are some of the key advantages:

1. *Professional Recognition and Credibility*: Presenting at a technical conference establishes you as an expert in your field. It enhances your professional standing among peers, industry leaders, and potential employers or collaborators.

2. *Networking Opportunities*: Conferences are hotspots for networking. You can connect with other professionals, researchers, and industry leaders. These connections can lead to collaborations, job opportunities, or insights into the latest trends and technologies.

3. *Knowledge Sharing and Feedback*: By presenting your work, you contribute to the collective knowledge of your field. You also receive direct feedback from knowledgeable attendees, which can provide new perspectives and ideas to improve your work.

4. *Learning and Exposure to New Ideas*: All selected speakers will get free access to the entire conference at no additional cost, which exposes them to the latest research and developments in their field. They learn from other presentations and workshops, which can spark new ideas and approaches in their own work.

5. *Personal Branding and Visibility*: Speaking at a conference raises your profile and can establish you as a thought leader in your field. This visibility can be beneficial for career advancement.

While speaking at a conference can be demanding in terms of preparation and may involve travel and time away from other duties, the potential benefits in terms of professional growth, networking, and personal satisfaction are significant. As a bonus, EFY will also award you a memento and certificate upon the completion of your talk at the conference.

How do you get started? 

Step 1: Register as a speaker

Step 2: Propose a Talk

We wish you all the best!