Speaker Resources

Welcome to the CPhI North America Speaker Resource page. Here you will find collateral and information that will hopefully make your speaking experience at CPhI Connect a successful one.

To download the complete program, click here.

If you have any questions or need anything else please send our Conference Operations Specialist, Sam Shen a note at sam.shen@ubm.com.

Presentation Template

Speaker Agreement

Social Media


Please add a banner to your website, blog, signature, etc. to let people know you’ll be presenting at InformEx Connect. If you need a custom banner, please email informex@informex.com

PR Strategy and Counsel

InformEx attracts top-tier press, analysts and bloggers from around the world. In order to maximize publicity for the content presented at the event, the InformEx PR team is eager to assist you. Contact press@informex.com to learn more.

  • Press Release Guidelines: We encourage you to write and distribute news about your participation at InformEx. Where appropriate, please use the following approved InformEx boilerplate found here.

Tips & Tricks

Slide Set up notes:

  • Give your audience a roadmap of your presentation.
  • Visual aids make the presentation more interesting.
  • Audience retention is significantly improved by using visual aids.
  • Use visual aids to support your presentation not tell the story.
  • Mention the feedback form as you close your presentation.

General Notes:

  • It is best to err on the side of more technical than less.
  • Do not read directly from your white paper or slide deck. Those materials are meant to support your presentation, not BE the presentation.
  • Know your material. Know more about it than you include in your speech. Use humor, personal stories and conversational language – that way you won't easily forget what to say.
  • Practice. Practice. Practice! Rehearse out loud with all equipment you plan on using. Revise as necessary. Work to control filler words; Practice, pause and breathe. Practice with a timer and allow time for the unexpected.
  • Relax. Begin by addressing the audience. It buys you time and calms your nerves.
  • Visualize yourself giving your talk. Imagine yourself speaking, your voice loud, clear and confident.
  • Realize that people want you to succeed. Audiences want you to be interesting, stimulating, informative and entertaining.
  • Don't apologize for any nervousness or problem – the audience probably never noticed it, they will once you say something.
  • Concentrate on the message – not the medium. Focus your attention away from your own anxieties and concentrate on your message and your audience.