Los Angeles: customer lunch + learn on Feb. 23

One of the highlights of our busy 2015 was increasing our number of customer events. Collabosphere remains the crown jewel on the calendar (Sept. 26-27), but we’re also continuing to take our show on the road this year, offering customers a smaller and more informal setting to pick the brains of our staff, and to learn from the success stories of other customers.

Before we hit the road, though, we’re hitting our own backyard; our first event of the year will be in L.A. on February 23.

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What: Hands-on training on the latest iMeet Central features, a review of our upcoming product roadmap, and a demo and best practice session led by a fellow customer. And we’ll kick things off with a free lunch.

Where: Craft Los Angeles, the Tom Colicchio-owned restaurant where the “menu offers a master class in contemporary American cuisine,” says the Los Angeles Times. 10100 Constellation Blvd., LA, CA 90067 (Century City).

When: 11:30am to 2pm on Feb. 23.

Who: We’re thrilled to be joined by Nobeleen Alkhato, the coordinator and project trafficker in the creative and marketing department of Children’s Hunger Fund. She’ll tell the story of her team’s iMeet Central implementation, share her most valuable lessons, and offer inspiration on new ways to find value in your own use of the platform.

Project managers should be particularly intrigued, as Nobeleen’s team are PM power users, boasting some of the highest per-user usage of all of our customers.

Children’s Hunger Fund is an organization focused on delivering food and hope to children and families in need in the U.S. and around the world. We’re proud to play any part in helping them with their mission—a mission they’ve been focused on for over 25 years.

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Adam McKibbin
Post by Adam McKibbin

Adam McKibbin is the content marketing manager for iMeet Central. His writing has been featured in Adweek, the Chicago Tribune and The Nation, and he’s produced content for some of the leading tech brands on the Fortune 500.

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