What do the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Wikimedia Foundation, Free Software Foundation, Creative Commons, Drupal Association, and Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research have in common? They all use CiviCRM to help further their missions.
In case you haven't heard of CiviCRM, it is the leading open source CRM for non profit organisations - providing integrated tools for constituent tracking, fund-raising, event registration, case management and e-newsletter (and has out of the box integration with Drupal, Joomla and WordPress).
Our annual conference, CiviCon is coming up in the San Francisco Bay Area in April and we would love to see lots of NetSquared people there. You'll find details about the conference here. Early bird registration ends Friday March 8 (save $50).
There are also a few events (sprints and trainings) happening before and after the conference in case you want to get a bit more involved. Below is a bit more info on the conference to get you interested.
I'm happy to answer any questions here if you have any.
CiviCon is happening April 25-26 in the San Francisco Bay area. CiviCon is the annual gathering of CiviCRM users, implementers, and developers to share knowledge, experience, and ideas. The early bird registration rate has been extended to this Friday, March 8, so now's your time to get a $50 discount.
Whether you are a user looking to share experiences and gain new knowledge or a developer/implementor looking to take your skills to the next level, we have you covered this year with and an excellent line up of expert speakers and tracks for different interests:
For end users - improve your fundraising results by hearing about best practices, and in the field experiences from other users
For implementors and developers - learn how to future-proof your customisations using extensions developer best practices
In addition, the two-day user and administrator training just before CiviCon is a great chance for you to take your skills to the next level and help you make the most of the conference.
Register for both the conference and the user and administrator training and save $100.
Visit the site to register, learn more about the training, and join in on the code and documentation sprints before and after the conference.