Day 1, Thursday

9:00 am to 9:30 am

Session Description Audience and room Webcast Available
Welcome & State of CiviCRM Welcome to CiviCon London 2013! We'll kick off the day with recognition and thanks for the sponsors and volunteers that made this day possible. Then we'll share our thoughts on the state of the project, and highlight some of the awesome initiatives that are driving the platform forward. read more

with totten, Michael McAndrew

Room: Main hall

Audience: User, Implementer, Developer

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9:30 am to 10:00 am

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Open source has won the CMS battle - now for CRM The third sector has seen a dramatic shift from proprietary CMS systems to open source solutions over the last few years. It’s understandable that CRM might take a bit longer, but we’re reaching the tipping point. Thomas Muirhead, Head of Digital & CRM at Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research, explores why this is a huge opportunity for charities... read more

with thomasmuirhead

Room: Main hall

Audience: User, Implementer, Developer

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10:15 am to 11:15 am

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All you ever wanted to know about the API All you ever wanted to know about the API, and the latest and greatest about civicrm_api3 exceptions and more. View presentation slides on Prezi read more

with xavier, ErikHommel

Room: Seminar Room 4

Audience: Developer

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CiviCRM and Just Giving How we can import Just Giving information into CiviCRM including the coding process and allocation to Contacts. LLR as a Case Study read more

with Parvez

Room: Seminar Room 1

Audience: User, Implementer

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What's New in CiviCRM 4.4 A new version of CiviCRM has just been released. What does 4.4 have that previous versions don't? This session will explain in plain language (with examples) the better known and lesser known features that 4.4 introduces to CiviCRM including: Faster searching - a real timesaver when working with searches and smart groups, especially with large... read more

with Dave Greenberg, kurund

Room: Main hall

Audience: User, Implementer, Developer

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11:30 am to 12:30 pm

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Parlez-vous CiviCRM? internationalisation and so many other languages Are you using or planning to use CiviCRM in another language than US English? Do you need to expose contributions, event or profile forms to your constituents in more than one language? Our workshop will shed light on what localisation and international is, how it works and how you can use it. We will then take questions on how to address specific... read more

with alejandro_salgado, bgm

Room: Seminar Room 4

Audience: User, Implementer, Developer

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The Green Party: Highs and Lows with CiviCRM The Green Party of England & Wales have been using CiviCRM for over three years now and have learned a lot along the way. From overcoming many issues with legacy data, dealing with a few too many customisations early on, to today where we are building our Digital Campaigning Platform around Civi. We'll share a personal account of the highs and... read more

with markcridge

Room: Seminar Room 1

Audience: User, Implementer

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CiviHR - The story so far with Farm Africa Andrew Tombs (Zing) will be demonstrating the first versions of CiviHR with feedback from development partner Farm Africa. read more

with andrew.tombs@zingit.org.uk

Room: Main hall

Audience: User, Implementer

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1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

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Lightning talks A Lightning Talk is a short presentation. Unlike other presentations, they only last a few minutes and we will deliver them in a single period by different speakers. Do you have a feature you'd like to talk about? Something interesting and special you have done in your organisation with CiviCRM? Want to share a case study of a success, or... read more

with

Room: Main hall

Audience: User, Implementer, Developer

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2:45 pm to 3:45 pm

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Direct Debits, from the UK to Europe wide with SEPA Many European nonprofits rely on monthly contributions for donations and memberships. Every country has its own bank products to support that. SEPA is changing all that, with its Direct Debit solution, being rolled out across the continent. For many nonprofits, it's a change -- and we all know how they like that -- but it's also a bit more complex... read more

with Parvez, pdelbar

Room: Seminar Room 4

Audience: User, Implementer

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CiviVolunteer is Here - extension overview This presentation will showcase the new CiviVolunteer module of CiviCRM, scheduled to be in alpha release. CiviVolunteer extends CiviCRM to help organizations manage their volunteers -- recruiting, training, assignment, and scheduling through to tracking and rewards programs. Early releases of the extension will focus on scheduling and reporting... read more

with GinkgoFJG

Room: Seminar Room 1

Audience: User, Implementer, Developer

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Four new ways we're using Civi Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research will talk about how they are using Pentaho with CiviCRM for dasboards, hacking scheduled reminders to create advanced marketing automation, building fundraising pages and intergrating Outlook and Civi in a multi user organisation. read more

with Owen

Room: Main hall

Audience: User, Implementer, Developer

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4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

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What's my name? In the multicultural world that we live in how do you know my name. Is my first name my last name? What is my family name and what should you call me.   As web site developers we regularly ask people for their name so we can personalise the web, but are we using the correct name? read more

with brianteeman

Room: Seminar Room 4

Audience: User

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CiviBooking - a first look! Are you an organisation that sometimes rents out your rooms as event spaces? Or are you simply looking to manage your internal resources better? Well CiviBooking may be for you! A platform independant extension which allows CiviCRM contacts to book one or more resources. The resources can be paid for or free, similarly to tickets in CiviEvent. The... read more

with jamienovick

Room: Seminar Room 1

Audience: User, Implementer

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Managing UNESCO's General Conference participants with CiviEvent UNESCO’s General Conference is organized every two years and is attended by more than 4,000 participants including representatives of the States Members (usually represented at ministerial level), Heads of State, other NGO's, Intergornmental Organization and members of the Press.This year, the participants of the General Conference will be... read more

with alejandro_salgado

Room: Main hall

Audience: User, Implementer

CiviCon London 2013 is CiviCRM's Annual European Conference.