Just like us, we are sure you have missed the hustle and bustle of in-person events over the last year. We’ve been keeping you all informed through our online webinars, but we are aware that many of you really value being able to network and have an informal chat with your peers. With that in mind, we have been hosting a series of Coffee Sessions. We thought we’d take a moment here to explain what they are, and why you might want to take part.
What’s on your mind?
If you want to reconnect with your peers and the broader SAP community, the sessions might be just what you’re looking for. Most are only 30 to 45 minutes, so enough time for a coffee and a chat without taking up too much of your day. Each is hosted by one of the Special Interest Groups (SIGs), giving you a good chance of virtually bumping into someone you know or have something in common with. There is no set agenda, you can discuss anything you like.
We have already held some great sessions this year, with our ByDesign, Real Estate, Developer, Public Sector and User Experience SIGs. There are get-togethers in the calendar for the coming weeks, so be sure to check out the following, and reserve your space now (no Starbucks required!).
- 22nd March: Business One Coffee Session, hosted by SIG Chair, John Wager, Head of Technology and People at Saddleback
- 20th April: Scotland Coffee Session, hosted by SIG Chair, Terry Gilmour, UK Procurement Systems Manager at Leonardo MW Ltd
If you haven’t already checked out our coffee sessions, please do feel free to join one. It’s a great way of informally staying connected with your peers and the SAP community as a whole. We’d also love to hear what you thought of the groups, so be sure to let us know if you’d like to see more in the near future.