We’ve published a list of meetups in Geneva in October a bit earlier than we usually do because so many workshops and hackathons will take place that month that you should know about them as early as possible to get your spot. Regular meetup groups are also active, so check what they’ve prepared for October!
The biggest joint event in Geneva this year will take place on 29 August at 18.30 at FlexOffice. Ten meetup organizers will meet together and they invite all their members to have a drink, chat, network, say goodbye to the summer and hello to the new meetup season.
Although in summer most of the meetup organizers are taking a break, it doesn’t mean that all tech-related meetups in Geneva are put on hold. Some of the groups continue to meet in July and August as well, some invite their members for informal and less structured gatherings, others will meet on a boat. Check out what they organize despite the recent heatwave.
At summertime, most of the meetup organizers take a break. Maybe that’s why June is packed with tech events – everyone wants to meet and share knowledge before going on holidays. Check the full list.
Digital Strategy & UX has become one of the biggest (if not the biggest) English-speaking meetup in town, with almost 1800 members on Meetup.com. The group owners, Péter Horváth and Jessie Anton, agreed to talk about their experience and to kick off the series of interviews with meetup organizers.
April is a hectic month in Geneva, with lots of tech-oriented events about web development, UX, blockchain, online marketing, AI, big data and more.
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March is a hectic month when it comes to tech-related events in Geneva. Apart from regular monthly meetups, there is an OpenGeneva festival with plenty of hackathons, Diversity Week with a focus on technology, and a celebration of the International Women’s Day organized by Geek Girls Carrots and Women in Digital Switzerland meetups.