The biggest marketing conference in Southeast Europe, Spark.me is calling out for bloggers who will be treated in style with free ticket and a four-night accommodation in the four-star hotel “Mediteran” in Budva
On May 28-29 in Budva, Montenegro, Spark.me will gather business, technology and innovation to discuss on engagement, world-changing initiatives and technological solutions. The organizing team of Spark.me, has published a call for Official Conference Bloggers, who can apply through a text, audio or video submissions.
In order to apply, potential bloggers, vlogers, or pocasters are required to write a blog post, record a video or record a podcast on the topic of Why I want to attend Spark.me?, share it on social media with the hashtag #SparkMe, and fill in the application form at http://spark.me/2016/bloggers/.
Submission deadline is February 28, 2016. The list of Official Spark.me Bloggers will be published on the conference web site on March 15, 2016.
Being a Spark.me bloggers
The Official Spark.me Bloggers will be entitled to: a free ticket for both days of Spark.me (including access to all conference sessions and workshops), four-night accommodation in the four-star hotel Mediteran (where the event will take place), cruise of the Bay of Kotor reserved for Spark.me speakers, partners, and organizers, and the recognition on the conference web site and social media outlets as an Official Spark.me Blogger.
The Official Spark.me Bloggers are expected to publish two Spark-me related pieces of content (two blog posts, two vlogs, or two podcasts) before May 15, 2016, publish one piece of content during the conference, and publish one piece of content after the conference completes.
First in line among confirmed speakers is Jon Bradford, the cofounder of F6S (the leading startup community, where startups grow together through startup programs, deals, jobs, discussion and events), and also Tech.eu (tech blog helping you understand the European technology industry through unique data, stories, insights and interviews).
The second confirmed speaker is Annie Machon, who was an intelligence officer for the UK’s Security Service, MI5, in the 1990s, before resigning to help blow the whistle on the crimes and incompetence of the British spy agencies.Â She is now a writer, media commentator, political campaigner, and international public speaker on a variety of related issues: the war on terrorism, the war on whistleblowers, the war on drugs, and the war on the internet.
Spark.me, one of the biggest marketing/Internet conferences in Southeast Europe, will be held on May 28-29, 2016, in Hotel Mediteran, in Budva, Montenegro. The conference has been organized annually since 2013, by Domain.ME, a private company in charge of operating Montenegro’s national Internet domain – .ME.