Call for speakers now open at Digital Construction Week 2023

  • 15 Dec 2022

On 17 – 18 May 2023 at ExCeL London, Digital Construction Week (DCW) returns to shine a light on the tech and tools solving the built environment’s most pressing challenges.

Around 5,800 of the brightest minds in digital construction attend DCW each year to learn, discuss ideas and connect in-person. And now you have the chance to be part of the conversation, by applying to speak at the 2023 show.

Why apply to speak?

DCW is the ideal platform to raise your profile and share your knowledge with an engaged and ready-to-learn audience looking to shape the future of the industry.

The free-to-attend event features an impressive speaker programme made up of over 300 sessions across the two days. Each year the line-up includes hundreds of built environment thought-leaders and industry groundbreakers, who share their stories with one of the biggest audiences in digital construction.


Selected speakers will receive promotion in the DCW programme, both online ahead of the event and in print at the show, and gain exposure to thousands of industry professionals.

Who should apply?

The team are looking for passionate and knowledgeable speakers to share case studies, research projects, debates, workshops, live demos, how-to guides, examples of best practice, new technologies and new ideas.

Multiple entries are allowed, so applicants can get creative with submissions.

Talks cover a range of hot topics and industry trends shaping the future of the built environment, including; Digital Twins, Information Management, modular building, Smart Cities, DfMA, Internet of Things, robotics, cloud computing, AI, virtual and augmented reality, 3D modelling, and much more.

Event Director, Ollie Hughes says: “Speaking at the show is open to anyone and everyone within the built environment community. Not only is it your chance to share your thoughts and experiences live on stage, but you’ll help to advance our industry too.

“If you’ve spoken before we will of course welcome you back with open arms, but please encourage your colleagues and peers to take up the mantle too.

“Similarly, we want to give a platform to new voices in the industry and grow the community. So, if you’re new to presenting then that’s all the more reason we’d like to hear from you!”

How to apply

The deadline for applications is Friday 17 February 2023 and they must be made through the application form on the website here: www.digitalconstructionweek.com/call-for-speakers

To learn more about the show, what you need to know before you apply, the topics covered and see an overview of the theatres, visit the website here: www.digitalconstructionweek.com/speaking-at-dcw

The team will review all applications after the deadline has closed and notify successful applicants via email. For any questions about the call for speakers, get in touch with the team at [email protected]com.


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