Another major user group event has been announced for Macworld Expo week in San Francisco. Tickets are now on sale for the sixth annual FCPUG Network “SuperMeet” to be held January 10, 2007 from 7:00PM – 10:00PM at the Mezzanine Club in downtown San Francisco. This event promises to be the largest gathering of Final […]
The eighth User Group University has been announced for January 2007 in San Francisco, in conjunction with Macworld Expo 2007. Billed as, “…the premier leadership conference for Apple User Group officers,” the event is scheduled for Jamuary 8 from 12:05 PM – 7:30 PM. Registration is open.
The December update from Adobe includes information of new InDesign User Group chapters around the world, a new Acrobat information resource and hints of what you’ll see at the Adobe User Group and Professional Association Leader Breakfast at Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
Welcome to the premier resource site for Macintosh User Groups! What We Are The MUG Center is a central clearinghouse for the many resources available for Macintosh User Groups, their members, and their leaders. There are many great Mac sites out there, and more than one with a user group theme, but no other that […]
Most user groups meet in rented or borrowed space.While computers, projectors and monitors usually need to be transported in dedicated cases, there are a wide variety of supplies and items that you need (or may need) at every meeting. Pens, paper, scissors, tape, newsletters, membership flyers, extension cords, power strips, ethernet cables, t-shirts, raffle tickets, […]
An 8/11/03 discussion on the Apple User Group Discussion List (AUGD) about door prizes yielded a substantial amount of interesting and useful information on the subject of door prizes, raffles and drawings, including: Laws vary from state-to-state (and in some cases, from country to country), so some groups can and do sell tickets; others make […]
In order for people to join your Macintosh User Group, they need to know you exist. Here are a few ideas which can help you get the publicity you need. Some are easy, and can be done at no cost. Others involve a little more commitment in time, money, and person-hours. Any of them are […]
by Dave Marra (After conducting an excellent session in the User Group Lounge at Macworld Expo NYC 2001, Dave Marra, Apple Senior Systems Engineer, agreed to put together this piece on how to find and work with presenters. Many thanks to Dave for sharing his insight as a veteran MUG presenter.) Within most technology companies, […]
Whether you’re just starting your Macintosh User Group, or if you’re trying to grow and offer new services, there are things you need to help you function. You can pay for them, or, if you don’t mind a little advertising, you can get many of them for free or almost free.This section will give you […]
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