Do you have a great topic or presentation to share with the cleaning industry?

The mission of the Huge Convention is to be the premier business building event year after year for the home services industry. One of our goals is to present the best speakers and keynote presentation on the topics that truly matter to business owners. If you have a topic that you’d like to speak about that is original and relevant, we want to hear about it!


We are eager to consider ideas that:

Showcase fresh ideas to enduring problems business owners face
Are centered around business-focused topics
Include issues such as sales, employees, money, growth, business building, marketing, etc


We discourage ideas that are::

Vague, underdeveloped or unoriginal
Provide little to no value to business owners
Purely personal or self-promoting in nature


Please note: While we do allow and encourage vendors to teach, we don’t allow classes that promote specific products or services unless it is specifically a sponsored class. Contact Jonathan at for more info.

This year’s Huge Convention will take place August 18th and 19th in Nashville, TN. The speaker application deadline is February 28th. After successfully applying, please note you will be asked to submit a proposal. This is your chance to help us understand why your presentation is a good fit for this event!

Proposal Information

Proposal dates will be anounced as we get closer to the event. You’ll be asked to include the following information in your proposal:

Proposed title
Description of the presentation
Who is the presentation for?
What will they be able to take away?
What prerequisite knowledge do they need?
 Speaker Biography
 Hi-res Headshot
Description of the presentation
A Video of the speaker

Helpful Information:

Give your proposal a simple and straightforward title.
Be authentic. Include original ideas, real-world scenarios and relevant examples.
Keep the audience in mind: what type of person would benefit from this class?
Explain why people will want to attend and what they’ll take away from it
Don’t assume that your company’s name buys you credibility. If you’re talking about something important that you have specific knowledge of because of what your company does, spell that out in the description.