Save the Date! - Global Community Summit & Sprint - Barcelona - October 4-11

The 2019 Global Community Summit is intended to be an event for all the Community including Partners, Implementers, Developers and End Users involved with the project. 
 
We will be able to share, learn and contribute to CiviCRM. This event follows the spirit of 2018 Governance Summit opening more subjects and areas of discussion across the CiviCRM Project. After the Summit, a 5 day Sprint / DevCamp will follow.
 

Webinar #Giving Tuesday (in Spanish) - Prepara tu campaña con CiviCRM

Te invitamos a nuestro próximo webinar el día 13 de noviembre a las 11h

¿Has lanzado tu campaña de #GivingTuesday? ¿Has definido tu estrategia de comunicación? Si aún no lo has hecho o si lo has hecho, pero tienes dudas o quieres hacer tu campaña más atractiva, regístrate a nuestro webinar gratuito en el que trataremos los siguientes puntos:

Marketing CiviCRM

It's been a year since we started the Partner Marketing Committee, during this year we tried to move forward some initiatives with great effort from all the members of the Committee. 
We used $ 6,ooo USD from the Marketing budget for helping partners represent CiviCRM in the following events:
  • 3 additional registrations for NTEN 2014
  • Movements social justice fundraising conference

First working day of a very promising Sprint

Surrounded by a spectacular environment, Edale is definetely a great choice for this year's Sprint.
Yesterday (Sunday) we spend some time with setup, mastering our English-Pool skills and welcoming to the 20+ sprinters that arrived during the day. Before Craig's great dinner we had a brief meeting about logistics in general and how we were going to organize ourselves to have a productive sprint.
 
Today's morning meeting was the perfect ocassion for meeting everyone and for sharing our aims for this Sprint. Some of these issues were:

How I Met CiviCRM and How it Changed our Business (and lives)

 
It was back in 2009, my two sisters were starting a non-profit project related to their passion: Indian Classical Dance. The project was called Güngur and I decided to help them out. So, I googled “CRM + Open Source + Free + nonprofit” and CiviCRM came up.
 
At that time, our company (iXiam) was ending it’s 2nd year of life. We were doing heavy .NET / J2EE custom application development.