An exclusive invitation- CiviHR Launch Party

2016-08-15 08:28
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On the 8th of September, we will be hosting a special evening at the Google Campus London in celebration of CiviHR’s official launch!


From 6:00pm to 9:00pm, we will share with your our journey creating CiviHR and open the floor for ideas, discussion, and for you to become a part of our future.

We are also planning some exclusive treats to make sure you have a great time. Grab yourself a candy floss, take home a polaroid from our photo booth, and automatically enter our exclusive competition just by being there.


But register quickly, we only have 10 spots left! 

Register here


To keep up-to-date with information about the event, why not follow us on twitter @civi_hr and spread the word with the hashtag #CiviHRLaunch.


More about the evening:

Navigating your way through the complex landscape of software applications can be daunting. Especially if you’re a non-pro t, seeking a system that is both a ordable and comprehensive.

CiviHR is a project that challenges the way that software is created in order to meet the needs of non-profits. With seed funding from the Zing foundation, CiviHR is a fully featured HR system that has been developed as an open source platform and will be freely available for non-profits organisations.

This evening we want to share with you our journey.

If you are a HR professional, work at a non-profit, or simply have an interest in new developments in digital technology, you would be welcome to join us.


About the project team

Funding for the project is provided by Zing, a UK charitable foundation which sponsors the development of technology for the third sector.

The project is developed by Compucorp, a London digital and design agency that specialises in creating solutions for non-profits that are based on open-source software.

The project manager is Drishtant, a Mumbai consultancy that applies the principles of frugal innovation to make technology affordable to charities without compromising quality. 

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