Last month I attended the first meeting of the Birmingham CRM User Group. The meeting felt small but also had the vibe of a significant first step towards something larger.
We can now announce that we’ve made an important step. Our little group is now a local group linked to CRMUG UK.
We’re very excited about this news, as this will bring many benefits. I’m assuming everyone will know of the CRMUG, but for those that don’t a little background might help.
You can find out all about CRMUG by looking on their website. https://www.crmug.com/home/welcome
“CRMUG is a group run by users, for users. The idea for the Dynamics CRM User Group (CRMUG) grew from the vision of a few Microsoft Dynamics® users – to connect with other users and learn firsthand the best way to leverage the software they used every day. From that initial vision to the official founding of the Dynamics CRM User Group (CRMUG), and continuing today, the mission has never wavered: to maximize the value to individuals and companies using Dynamics CRM. The vision being to engage every individual and company using Microsoft Dynamics CRM in value-added networking and knowledge sharing and to be the single most important communication channel for Microsoft to seek guidance on future development of Dynamics CRM.”
We are now very busy planning our next meeting, this will be the first official event for CRMUG UK in Birmingham. It will be held in the evening of Wednesday 1st February, coffee and networking opportunities will start at 6:30pm. From 7pm there will be a chance to participate in some lively CRM related discussions with other CRM users, admins and developers.
The venue is confirmed as Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, 75 Harborne Road, Birmingham, B15 3DH.
We haven’t confirmed the speakers for 1st Feb yet. If you have any topic suggestions or if presenting interests you, please get in touch.
We will release details of the intended agenda / speakers over the coming weeks.
Registration for 1st Feb is now open. You can do it here, on the CRMUG website! The events are and will remain FREE to attend, so please register.
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