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    After the summer break, stemming out of the last meeting where we identified many points worthy of further exploration, we'll dig into:- • Having Organizers from other Groups act as silent observers of one anothers' meetups and then feeding back after the event • Doing joint meetups - bringing in other groups to cross-pollinate - for example, RadHon would present to Creative Writing Bp. • Other sites to also use to promote groups, meetups, etc. and what works well • The joiner experience; how to get more with less out of the introduction to a group. • Following up with people reserving so as to remind them to come • Resources available from Meetup on how to get more out of the platform • Use of blogs to further promote and grow membership.

  • Follow On

    Needs a location

    After the summer break, stemming out of the last meeting where we identified many points worthy of further exploration, we'll dig into:- • Having Organizers from other Groups act as silent observers of one anothers' meetups and then feeding back after the event • Doing joint meetups - bringing in other groups to cross-pollinate - for example, RadHon would present to Creative Writing Bp. • Other sites to also use to promote groups, meetups, etc. and what works well • The joiner experience; how to get more with less out of the introduction to a group. • Following up with people reserving so as to remind them to come • Resources available from Meetup on how to get more out of the platform • Use of blogs to further promote and grow membership.

  • Follow On

    Needs a location

    After the summer break, stemming out of the last meeting where we identified many points worthy of further exploration, we'll dig into:- • Having Organizers from other Groups act as silent observers of one anothers' meetups and then feeding back after the event • Doing joint meetups - bringing in other groups to cross-pollinate - for example, RadHon would present to Creative Writing Bp. • Other sites to also use to promote groups, meetups, etc. and what works well • The joiner experience; how to get more with less out of the introduction to a group. • Following up with people reserving so as to remind them to come • Resources available from Meetup on how to get more out of the platform • Use of blogs to further promote and grow membership.

  • Follow On

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    After the summer break, stemming out of the last meeting where we identified many points worthy of further exploration, we'll dig into:- • Having Organizers from other Groups act as silent observers of one anothers' meetups and then feeding back after the event • Doing joint meetups - bringing in other groups to cross-pollinate - for example, RadHon would present to Creative Writing Bp. • Other sites to also use to promote groups, meetups, etc. and what works well • The joiner experience; how to get more with less out of the introduction to a group. • Following up with people reserving so as to remind them to come • Resources available from Meetup on how to get more out of the platform • Use of blogs to further promote and grow membership.

  • Brainstorming Soft-Skills & Techniques for Running Meetups

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    As organizers we share common challenges and hopefully at least one agreed goal, getting people to interact in the "real" as opposed to the "on line" world for mutual benefit. Finding places to meet, how to broadcast events, encourage "follow through" from people who register (to attend) and helping the wallflowers who feel uncomfortable when standing in front of others are challenges we all face. Are you like us, wondering if there are alternatives and better ways of facilitating meetups? Have you wanted bounce ideas off others who also have experience running meetups? Have you come across techniques to facilitate group interaction that you'd be happy to share with others? If so, then this is an "Organizers' Meetup" to focus on the soft-side of what the platform promotes and we would all benefit from your attendance.

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  • Talk tech and product with Yvette Pasqua, Meetup's CTO

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    Join us for a very special deep dive into Meetup's technology and product hosted by Yvette Pasqua, Meetup's Chief Technology Officer. This will be a casual fireside chat about the big technology platform changes Meetup has been undergoing for the past 18 months across our web, mobile, infrastructure, and core platforms. For more details about those changes, check out Making Meetup (https://medium.com/making-meetup/moving-meetup-to-the-cloud-1416b66f82cb#.kgnq8c8d4), our engineering blog. Organizer Meetups (https://www.meetup.com/pro/organizers/) are also a great place to connect with like-minded community leaders to share resources, stories, and advice. Come to meet Yvette and connect with fellow local Meetup organizers. Be sure to bring your product questions and ideas! We hope to see you there. Food and drinks will be provided. Feel free to check out our event space: http://mosaik.space/events

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  • Meet and greet with Lydia Kopecky from Meetup HQ!

    Join us for a drink with Lydia from Meetup HQ in New York City and connect with local organizers. Organizer Meetups are a great place to network, share resources and learn from fellow community leaders. We hope to see you there!

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  • Budapest Meetups Christmas 2015 : Let's celebrate together !

    This 15th of December we invite the whole Meetup community to gather for a Christmas "meetup of meetups". Come and meet people from every meetup horizon, IT, business, startup, personal development, travelers, language learners, wine passionate.. We will celebrate together before the holidays start. For this event, it will be all about meeting each other. We will gather for chat and drinks, connecting with new people and seeing old friends. This event is organized for you, Don't miss it ! Meetups which have joined already: - WordPress Budapest - Skill Goulash - Budapest Hikers - Budapest Entrepreneurs - Budapest Language Exchange - AnyanyelviAngolTanarok.hu - Drinks & English - Kommunikálj hatékonyan! - Budapest-Neuromarketing-Neuroscience-Meetup - OD-cafe - Content Marketing Budapest - Budapest-I-Love-Travel-International - bpjavabar - Coderetreat Budapest - Lineo-Club-Personal-Business-Development-Meetup - Maker's Hub Meetups - weworktogether - Pop-up Coworking - The Spicy Vegetarian Social Club in Budapest - kriziskommunikacio - Párkapcsolati kérdések - előadások és beszélgetés, Budapest - Budapest International Hangout - Budapest-AngularJS-Meetup - Neo4j - Budapest - Tourism Trends: Tomorrow's Travel Industry - Hungarian Robot Builders - Go Budapest - Growth Hacking Meetup - Talent Get-together - Budapest-Russian-Language-Meetup - Web Monday Budapest - Freelancers in Budapest - budapest.scala - Equity-Thursday-Budapest - Média 2.0 - média- és kommunikációs meetup - Open Stack Hungary - International Meeting Point Budapest - Budapest Turkish Speaking Club - Budapest Android Meetup - Web of Things Hungary - Traffic meetup Budapest - The new Worker - Rebirthing - Family and Body Constellations Budapest - budapest.rb - Native Development Meetup - GreenMeetup - Bitcoin Budapest - puli - soundlighyoga - Budapest-Startup-Cocktails

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