Call for
Speakers 2022

SCEWC 2021

Become a speaker at the 2022 edition of the world’s leading event for cities, 15 – 17 November.

The Smart City Expo World Congress is the leading event for cities, the place where the future of cities is discussed and the most inspiring ideas for exploring our urban future are brought to stage. Since its first edition in 2011, it has succeeded in becoming a referential global meeting point for governments, companies, social entrepreneurs and research centers in order to strengthen capacities, increase collaboration and share inspiration for supporting the improved development of our cities.

The 2021 Call for Speakers has been a resounding success. Next year we want to ensure another powerful Congress and continue to generate synergies and provoke discussion, so we need the best ideas on stage – do you want to share your voice at this global platform.

Do you want to be a speaker at Smart City Expo World Congress 2022 edition?

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Enabling Technologies

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Energy & Environment

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Governance

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Living & Inclusion

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Economy

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Infrastructure & Buildings

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Safety & Security

Criteria

This Call for Speakers is looking for the most relevant contributions, innovative initiatives and solutions within the framework of sustainable, inclusive, equitable, safe, healthy and collaborative cities. All authors are cordially invited to submit their proposals to Smart City Expo World Congress, to be held from November 15 to 17 2022 in Barcelona.

Submissions will be evaluated based on the following aspects: Innovation; Relevance; Impact; Scope of Implementation; Citizen Engagement and Co-creation; Inclusivity, Feasibility; Replicability; Multi-stakeholder Collaboration; Soundness; Organization; Speaker Expertise and Experience.

Who can participate?

Smart City Expo World Congress is aimed at cities, businesses, entrepreneurs, startups, social innovators, research centers, universities, public or non-governmental organizations, consortiums (public-private), social activists, and anyone with innovative ideas, research, analyses, studies, visions and solutions for our cities.