The CiviCRM User Summit 2014 in Washington, DC took place a little over a week ago. This was the first time I attended a CiviCRM conference, so I wasn't quit sure what to expect. I was nothing but thrilled to see the level of enthusiasm at the conference, as well as the connections and learning that took place. Hey, I might be a little biased, as I helped AGH Strategies
coordinate this event, so you don't need to take my word for it. Read on to see what other participants said about it.
"Attending the summit was a game changer. Delivering a Rich CiviCRM End-User Experience session demonstrated several ways to integrate Drupal and CiviCRM to ensure a positive user experience and a more efficient administrative workflow
." Sonia Thompson, Online Content Manager, PhillyCAM
"The session on "Schedule Reminders" was quite useful to me as it presented new ways in which our organization could possibly be using the feature. In addition, although I am not a hiring manager, the "Hiring and Training for Success" was very enlightening and informative and I think that everyone that works in a trade association environment would have benefited from this session
." Louise Hippolyte, Manager, Member Communications, Enterprise Wireless Association
“What a great experience! I left the Showcase and the User Summit with new ideas for how CiviCRM could make my organization even more efficient.
” Rick Cohen, Director of Communications and Operations, National Council of Nonprofits
(Keynote Speaker and CiviCRM User)
2014 was the 2nd Annual CiviCRM User Summit (2013 was called CiviCRM Camp), so as we start planning next year's Summit, we'd like to hear your suggestions. Plan on joining us next year for what will be a better CiviCRM User Summit!
Thanks for reading.