SMX sessions I described above are what we call editorial sessions. People talk about it because we think they have good information to offer. Nobody bought their place on a panel. Each session is developed by a “session coordinator” who reviews the speeches and reaches out to knowledgeable people to form a panel. The session coordinator works with the speakers to create a session where the presentations support each other rather than overlap. In most cases, the session coordinator is also the session moderator. Formats also vary.
Sometimes we have panels with several people. Sometimes we only have one or two speakers. Some panels are all questions and answers. Some feature jewelry retouching service presentations. We don't lock ourselves into a particular format, as different topics require different approaches. Instead, we focus on creating an overall great experience. All of the editorial portion of the show is overseen by myself and my co-chairman Danny Sullivan. We've been hosting research conferences longer than anyone in the
industry - 18+ years and counting! Expo Hall & Solutions route Our many SMX Advanced sponsors and exhibitors also have great information to share. That's why we offer participants several ways to hear them. As part of the SMX agenda, you will also have access to our Solutions Track . Unlike our editorial sessions, these are created and produced by corporate sponsors. These sessions give you the opportunity to learn even more about the vendors you already work with or are considering. We work closely with each solution provider to ensure that a lot of quality information is offered. Outside of the Solutions Track,
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