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The latest insights on community strategy, technology, and value by FeverBee’s founder, Richard Millington

Join Us For A Training Day In London, March 9th

Richard Millington
Richard Millington

Founder of FeverBee

When was the last time you applied something you learnt at a conference? 

Most are great for highlighting new ideas, some are terrific for networking, a few help reinforce a sense of community, but for learning things that directly help you build a better community, they’re not so useful. 

We’re going to try something different.

ThaitheatreOn Saturday March 9th, FeverBee is hosting an intensive one-day community management workshop at the London School of Economics.

We’re going to take you through the process of taking your community to the next level.

This workshop will include 5 hour-long lessons in community management, one-to-one coaching time, ongoing Q&A, and tackling the specific problems you face. In short, it’s the conference we would love to attend (if we attended many).

We’re going to take a deep dive into proven theory from social sciences, practical community management actions, your specific community problems, and case studies from a range of other communities. 

The lessons include:

  • How to grow an online community.
  • The principles behind increasing community activity.
  • Applying social sciences to online communities.
  • Community platform design.
  • Creating content for online communities. 

By the end you will have a complete plan of action for your specific community, a full understanding of the key theories underpinning communities, access to our own scripts and resources, web spec templates, our book and a great network of fellow experts. 

The venue is the Thai Theatre, New Academic Building, London School of Economics, London. The event begins at 9.30am and ends at 5pm. 

The fees are as follows:

  • £525 GBP // $680 USD for 1 person.
  • £725 GBP // $1160 USD for 2 people.
  • £1250 GBP // $2000 USD for a group ticket (5 people)

Lunch, snacks, and possibly a few post-event drinks are on us. 

Heathrow, Gatwick, London City, Luton and Stansted airports are all close by. Those travelling from Europe can also take the Eurostar to St. Pancreas. If you need a hotel, click here

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