Call for Proposals: Neuromarketing World Forum 2013

On August 23, 2012

The Neuromarketing Science & Business Association  is accepting proposals for educational sessions to be presented at its 2013 Annual Convention. Proposals are needed for 30-minute breakout sessions and the plenary room. So feel free to submit your proposal by email to

Based on the conference theme – #NWF13: Insight-Out – proposed sessions should fall under one of the following tracks:

  • Neuromarketing insights for an effective online campaign
  • Turning the customer experience inside out
  • Improved branding with Neuromarketing findings
  • Neuromarketing in combination with traditional Market Research
  • Application of Neuromarketing in Today´s challenging sector of marketing and advertisement
  • Bridging the gap between Neuroscience and Business

Presenters must have demonstrated expertise in their subject areas and come prepared to teach and challenge conference attendees. Sessions should equip attendees with skills and information that will increase their relevance in the room and re-enforce the power of the written and spoken word and visual storytelling. Provide as much information (e.g. links to your videos or slides) which makes it easier for us to decide on this.

The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2012. The person listed as the coordinator will be notified of the status of their proposal before September 20th. The Neuromarketing World Forum will take place March 7-8, 2013 in São Paulo, Brazil. Check the 2012 Neuromarketing World Forum (Amsterdam, 2nd & 3rd of February) experience here.

Note that the NMSBA does not pay for travel, hotel or meals for conference speakers and presenters, though there is a small compensation based on place of residence. More information on: For specific questions, please contact the NMSBA at

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