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Presentation Proposal Submission Deadline Is March 2

The American Staffing Association has launched the call for presenters for Staffing World® 2020, the ASA annual convention and expo convening Oct. 20–22 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN. The deadline for all Staffing World presentation proposals is Monday, March 2.

Experts in the staffing and recruiting industry, as well as professionals in other disciplines pertinent to staffing, are encouraged to submit their ideas for convention workshops, Tech Park presentations (fast-paced, 10-minute talks on technology topics important to the industry), and Game Changer presentations (tag-team presentations by industry suppliers and their staffing agency clients on solutions that delivered tangible, exceptional results).

In addition, ASA is accepting presentation proposals for 2020 webinars. Webinar proposals are accepted throughout the year; however, a higher priority is given to those submitted earlier in the year.

To submit a Staffing World presentation or ASA webinar proposal or review the full submission guidelines, visit and complete a short online form. Individuals can enter up to three Staffing World presentation and webinar proposals for consideration.

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