I hope you had a good start into 2015 and wanted to give you a short wrap up on some of the activities we’ve planned for this year.
We’re starting with news that might sound sad, but isn’t. There will be no Content Strategy Forum Conference in 2015. However, CS Forum has three organizer bids for 2016 from three different regions of the world already, so our journey continues. You can read more on that in this post in the Google+ group of the CS Forum.
After having organized the CSF2014, we at Script Communications continue to grow the field of Content Strategy. Part of our efforts is to identify interesting gatherings (and sometime even organize them). Here are some ideas for your travel schedule in 2015.
“Content counts” – Content Strategy Camp on 12/13th June in Darmstadt-Dieburg
For the third year in a row we have teamed up with our friends at University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt and will be organizing the Content Strategy Camp (#cosca15). This year the motto will be “Content Counts.” In 2013 we started with “Content Connects“, followed by “Content Everywhere“ last year. Now that we are all connected and know that we are surrounded by Content, it’s high time to discuss the economic aspects and measurable effects of our discipline.
The good news: Staying true to the BarCamp idea, tickets are free and the program is what you make of it. You’ll find everything you need to know about #cosca15 on our website at: www.cscamp.de And while most of the information on the website is in German, don’t hesitate to come even if your native language is not German. We’re all speaking a pretty decent bad English and are looking forward to have you with us. All in all we have 200 tickets and you can book them here: http://www.cscamp.de/tickets/
Content Commerce Camp on 11/12th May in Leipzig
One month earlier you have the chance to dig into the connections between Content Strategy and eCommerce at the Content Commerce Camp in Leipzig. Udo Butschinek from Zimmer 19 is organizing the event parallel with the MeetMagento Conference.
Re-live CS Forum 2014 – on video
Finally, if you want to re-live the spirit of CSF2014 and haven’t watched the recordings of almost every talk, please do so on our YouTube-page at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeJJxS4gfb0&list=PLjlZ596nQBV2CC6L6MFeQ4Yx-sJOpGd1B
Thanks for your time and see you around.