As reported yesterday, the second day of the Kinetic Enthusiasts Group (KEG) event will kick off a bit differently than in years past.
Previous KEG conferences have featured keynote speeches from prominent industry analysts like Jeff Kaplan and Forrester’s Eveline Oehrlich. But the Tuesday morning session at KEG 2015 will focus more on giving back than on giving advice.
In place of a traditional keynote address, this year’s session titled Platform for the Future will feature a panel of ambassadors from several tech-focused community groups starting the day off with an inspirational discussion of how their organizations are building bridges to underserved communities.
It’s that time of year again–Thanksgiving, when thoughts turn to turkey, travel, family, and possibly some early shopping. Most importantly, it’s a time for gratitude, to reflect on the things, events, conditions, and people for whom we are grateful. Here are four groups of people we are thankful for this year (and always). Continue reading “Four Groups of People We’re Thankful For This Thanksgiving”
Last year’s Kinetic Enthusiasts Group (KEG) event was a smash hit with attendees, and KEG 2013 promises to be bigger (most likely) and better (unquestionably) with more training, more ideas, and exciting keynote speaker…(shhh, top secret!).
For anyone who missed last year’s event as well as those who may want to relive a few choice moments, here are some of the session and attendee highlights of KEG 2012.
KEG 2013 will once again be held in beautiful Denver. This year, we’ve added new training sessions which will run from February 25th through the 27th, to the main event from February 28th through March 1st. Get more details about the entire week, and if you register before the end of this year, you and a colleague can both attend for the price of one.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get the latest on request management, automated workflow task management, Kinetic Data products and more. Sign up now and go BOGO to KEG 2013!