Announcing: Computer Pride as the Venue Sponsor and Training Partner for SPSNairobi!
Friday, August 17, 2012
We are ecstatic to announce our partnership with Computer Pride, which will be our host for the FIRST EVER SharePoint Saturday Nairobi!
From their state-of-the-art facilities at 1st Floor, ICEA Building, Kenyatta Avenue, Nairobi, Computer Pride will be the venue for SharePoint Saturday Nairobi on 15th September 2012.
About Computer Pride
Established in 1990, Computer Pride Ltd is one of the leading computer firms that have a centre that is specialized in providing training services on Information Technology.
The company has also singled out itself as providers of up to date and thorough Total IT Solution. It is comprised of over sixty young professionals who are experts in their field and provide high quality training and consultancy services.
The Company is situated in the city centre of Nairobi and has two branches one at 1st Floor, ICEA Building, Kenyatta Avenue and other at 4th Floor, Kenya Cinema Plaza, Moi Avenue. The facilities at computer pride are state-of-the-art with numerous computer classrooms and laboratories for training and research.
Computer Pride offers numerous market-oriented courses and challenges that continue to draw people from all cadres of life.
At CPL, we believe in helping our students achieve the dreams of their lives. Over the 19 years of our existence, we've helped thousands of students and professionals undergo the right training, attain the right certifications and eventually enhance their career prospects.
Four core distinctions: Right Technology, Right Certification, Right People and Right jobs have given us the coveted leadership over other Computer training centers. And we take pride for being among the best in the Kenyan market territory. Indeed, we are now a pioneer in the high-end Computer training industry.
Call for Speakers - SPSNairobi 15th September 2012
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Call for Speakers for SharePoint Saturday Nairobi is now open. Closing date is the 15th August 2012 so get your sessions in now. Download the form here
, fill it out, and email it to SPSNairobi@gmail.com
Call for Sponsors - SPSNairobi 15th September 2012
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Intranet Announcement text
Monday, April 02, 2012
Does your organization use SharePoint for your intranet? If so, SharePoint Saturday Nairobi is for you... and everyone in your organization. Here's some announcement text you can use to let everyone know about it!
Be sure to change the portions in brackets.
The last line is important: having an internal champion and point-of-contact identified will encourage of your team to attend. Most organizations who bring a group to SharePoint Saturday find that their team gets much more out of it.
Announcement: SharePoint Saturday is coming to Nairobi in September
[Organization name] [employees|personnel|volunteers|team members] are encouraged to attend and participate in SharePoint Saturday Nairobi, which is scheduled for 15 September, 2012, and will feature international, regional, and local speakers on all aspects of SharePoint.
Get the latest information.
Organized by volunteers and SharePoint enthusiasts world-wide, SharePoint Saturday is a one-day, FREE-to-the-community event with training for all levels of an organization that uses SharePoint, from IT folks to business users, and architects to administrative personnel to executives. Topics will cover business intelligence, governance, architecture, web front-end development, information worker best practices, etc.
For the latest information on event planning, please sign up for the event newsletter at: http://spsnairobi.eventbrite.com
Contact [internal contact] with any questions or feedback.
Announcing SharePoint Saturday Nairobi (#SPSNairobi)
Monday, March 19, 2012
Coming in September
SharePoint Saturday Nairobi (Twitter hashtag: #SPSNairobi) is bringing in top speakers from the local community and around the globe. It's shaping up to be a great event!
We're putting together a team and a plan, aiming for a Saturday in September. Several international speakers are already making plans to be in Nairobi, but the backbone of SharePoint Saturday is the local SharePoint community. We'll need speakers, volunteers, and sponsors, to make it happen.
SharePoint Saturday is a free-to-the-community, one-day event with training for all levels of an organization that uses SharePoint, from IT folks to business users, and architects to administrative personnel to executives. Topics will cover business intelligence, governance, architecture, web front-end development, information worker best practices, etc.
Do you know anyone else who might want to be involved? If so, please share this link with others to make it easier for me to communicate with everyone: