Start a Camunda User Group

Why lead a Camunda User Group?

Leading a Camunda User Group (CUG) is a great way to connect with the wider community, get new insights about the industry’s latest developments, gain public speaking experience, and help the local community grow their knowledge base. It’s about personal development, but it’s also about giving back to the community.

Leader responsibilities

  • Enable others to learn about industry insights, products updates, and use cases.

  • Activate your social network to bring people together.

  • Host at least two yearly meetups for your group.

  • Use your connections to other existing groups or colleagues to spread the word, and to find speakers for your events.

  • Agree and abide by Camunda’s Code of Conduct and ensure community participants do so as well; help us to create an environment where we can grow together, where mutual support and respect are present.
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Frequently asked questions

CUGs are spaces where people come together to discuss the industry’s latest BPMN developments, including Camunda’s product contributions. Whether you are a developer, architect, IT manager, or just interested in the field, you are always welcome to join. We believe that exchanging ideas and learning about the experiences of other users can be a great source of knowledge for everyone.

It is really up to you to decide! Do you want to focus in your specific city or a region?

Due to COVID restrictions, most CUGs are running virtual Meetups, but we are sure that once it’s safe for everyone to meet, we’ll be seeing more in-person events.

You will need around 6 of hours in the two months prior to the event. The more experience you gain, the smoother things will flow.

You! Anyone from our awesome community can become a CUG leader. We’ll be delighted to set you up for success if you decide to become one.

We are here to set up you up for success in many different ways:

  • We’ll give you onboarding support to help you plan your first couple of Meetups.
  • Visual assets for your CUG.
  • Box of swag for your event.
  • Budget for snacks and beverages.
  • Promotions for your event through our official Camunda social channels.
  • Access to a dedicated Slack workspace.
  • Connections to speakers, hosts, and co-organizers.

We are happy to introduce you to the leader of the existing CUG to become co-hosts. You can also consider running a fully virtual CUG that covers a bigger or different region.

What are CUGs?

CUGs are spaces where people come together to discuss the industry’s latest BPMN developments, including Camunda’s product contributions. Whether you are a developer, architect, IT manager, or just interested in the field, you are always welcome to join. We believe that exchanging ideas and learning about the experiences of other users can be a great source of knowledge for everyone.

Virtual or in-person?

It is really up to you to decide! Do you want to focus in your specific city or a region?

Due to COVID restrictions, most CUGs are running virtual Meetups, but we are sure that once it’s safe for everyone to meet, we’ll be seeing more in-person events.

Time commitment?

You will need around 6 of hours in the two months prior to the event. The more experience you gain, the smoother things will flow.

Who can become a CUG leader?

You! Anyone from our awesome community can become a CUG leader. We’ll be delighted to set you up for success if you decide to become one.

How does Camunda support the program?

We are here to set up you up for success in many different ways:

  • We’ll give you onboarding support to help you plan your first couple of Meetups.
  • Visual assets for your CUG.
  • Box of swag for your event.
  • Budget for snacks and beverages.
  • Promotions for your event through our official Camunda social channels.
  • Access to a dedicated Slack workspace.
  • Connections to speakers, hosts, and co-organizers.

What if there’s already a CUG in my city/region and I want to be involved?

We are happy to introduce you to the leader of the existing CUG to become co-hosts. You can also consider running a fully virtual CUG that covers a bigger or different region.