If you do, you might want to consider submitting a proposal to the 2009 CUFP (Commerical Users of Functional Programming) workshop.
CUFP brings together people from different industries who use different languages, where the common thread is the use of FP in a practical setting. And it’s been a quite vibrant event, attracting many interesting talks, and growing quite quickly, going from 25 registered participants in ‘04 to over 100 in ‘08.
It’s worth noting that CUFP isn’t just about commercial use, despite the name. It’s meant for anyone who is using functional programming as a means rather than an end.