Information for All Presenting Companies
How many people can I expect to attend the presentation?
Company presentation will take place in the Promenade Suite, Hudson Suite and Plaza Suite, each suite can hold up to fifty people.
When do I need to send in my presentation?
Companies must email their presentation in PPT and PDF format, along with any other visual asset they wish to showcase, to email@example.com no later than June 20th. Submissions made after the 20th will be subject to an additional $150 charge and those submitted on the 22th or later will be subject to a $250 charge. Please remember to bring a thumb drive. There will be a speaker ready room.
How/when do I send materials to the Roosevelt Hotel?
Shipping must arrive no sooner than 3 days before the conference. The hotel charges a fee for receiving marketing materials. If you plan on sending materials, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and fill out the following forms:
Shipping Label Form
Shipment Request Form
How will I be introduced?
We will make a 50 word introduction for all our speakers. We will draft this introduction for you unless you provide otherwise. Please email your intro to your assigned account executive. Our introduction will be available for your review and approval when you check in at registration at least 30 minutes prior to your session.
What is an FTP site?
FTP is an acronym for File Transfer Protocol. FTP (file transfer protocol) is a method of transferring files between computers. An FTP server is a computer, usually a dedicated one, that users transfer files to and from. These are used to hold software for users to download, or by companies that need to receive large files that would clog up email. A commercial printer, for example, would use an FTP server, to handle large graphics files that are too large to be sent via email. Using a FTP site is reasonably easy, and usually requires only a one-time setup process.
You can use a web browser to connect to FTP addresses exactly as you would to connect to HTTP addresses. Using a web browser for FTP transfers makes it easy for you to browse large directories and read and retrieve files. Your web browser will also take care of some of the details of connecting to a site and transferring files. While this method is convenient, web browsers are often slower and less reliable and have fewer features than dedicated FTP clients or using the easy to install software.
If you have difficulty using the FTP Server. Follow these directions:
1. Install FTP software on your computer. There are many of packages out there, with Fetch being the most ubiquitous. However, there are others, including Fetch, Cyberduck (for Mac) and WinSCP (for Windows) RBrowser, Transmit and Rumpus.
2. Launch the software, and configure it to connect to the server by entering the server address of the FTP server, as well as the user name and password.
3. Select any files that you wish to transfer from your computer to the FTP server. Most FTP software packages are “drag and drop,” so you can simply move files from one window to another.
4. Exit the software when you’re finished transferring your data to avoid any mistakes.
If I have questions about this , send an email to email@example.com or call her at 212-723-0080
Can I change my presentation?
You can, but after June 15th you will be billed $175 for changes, as this is considerably disruptive and requires additional work and staffing.
Can I put video on my PPT?
How long can this be?
8 minutes for private companies and 13 minutes for public. The speed of presentations is a feature that increases our ability to attract time sensitive investors, particularly during this week. Because these move quickly they can see many more presentations than they typically would and then identify those companies to follow up with.
What happens to this after the presentation?
We will keep your presentation in our archives, unless you want it destroyed. Please let us know.
Should I bring Investor Kits?
Any materials you with to bring can be placed on a table outside your presentation room prior to your presentation. They will remain there for a limited amount of time and will the be moved to the registration desk and provided upon request. There been a dramatic drop in the use of printed materials at investor conferences.
Powerpoint vs. Keynote?
We currently do not support keynote. Please convert to powerpoint.
News Posts. If you have news items you would like to send to have placed on the companies page at the Conference website, this update should be sent to our news desk attention, Amanda, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Company breakout sessions:
Breakout session proceeds presentation in the Grand Ballroom Foyer.
For questions about breakout sessions and time email: email@example.com
1×1 Online Meeting Set-Ups
How can I confirm others can see my presenting company?
NOTE: you will not see yourself listed in the system, as it doesn’t allow you to make a meeting with yourself. If you want to confirm this, you can verify by using a log in from our staff. Use firstname.lastname@example.org password MF2010
Can a company set up a 1×1 meeting with an investor?
Our system is a “one-way” system designed to be controlled by the investor. Companies can accept or deny meetings with investors using the 1×1 meeting system. Anyone attending the conference can request to set-up meetings with other companies presenting at the OneMedForum.
How long does this 1×1 online system work and remain active?
This system is a permanent feature for members of OneMedPlace. We have a control panel: My OMP is your control and will provide a wide range of services.
If I have a problem with the system, what do I do?
Contact the partnering desk or email email@example.com
Securing Private Meeting Space
What are the options for private meeting space? Two Options:
1. The Grand Ballroom Foyer will be used as a general meeting room for all public use.
2. Private Meeting Room. We have a limited number of private meeting rooms.
$100 per hour for member companies.
$200 per hour for others.
Available starting at June 23rd-24th 8AM to 6PM.
To reserve a private meeting room contact Glenn McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646-579-0206. He will then send you confirmation of your meeting space.