Agile Get-Together to Be Held in Budapest in September
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UST, a leading global digital transformation solutions company, and Sprint Consulting are set to organize Agile Get-Together, a brand new, collaborative networking conference in Budapest taking place from September 22-23. The platinum sponsor of the event will be Morgan Stanley.
Organized to provide an international platform for agile leaders and practitioners to share their experience and knowledge, the event will enable experts in the field to connect and learn about new advances in agile. The emphasis will be on enterprise agility and transformation, focused on real-life experiences and best practices.
The event will feature industry-leading keynote talks from Diana Larsen, Mary Poppendieck, and Linda Rising.
The hosting companies have extensive experience in agile coaching, training, and transformation.
The event is expected to draw registrations from agile communities worldwide, including the world’s largest, Agile Alliance.
The Agile Get-Together will take place in Budapest, Hungary, and is expected to include about 100 on-site and 150+ online participants. The organizers aim to hold the conference as a hybrid event – however, if circumstances change due to travel restrictions, the event may become a virtual one.
The organizers are also seeking partners to help with funding, fundraising, and communication and to participate in the event. More information is available at agilegettogether.hu.
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