Trello Inspiration Bern, Switzerland

Bern Trello Events
Dec. 7, 2018, 6 p.m.

5 Members RSVP'ed

About this event

This is it! 

The first Trello Event in the small town of Bern is here! This is a shout out to all fellow Trello Nerds out there. You ask what Trello is? First of all: WHAAAAAAT?!!! 

No jokes aside, Trello is one of the fastest growing project management resource in today's modern age. If you would need to explain it to someone, then it is as simple as moving cards into different lists. Just as you often see it in movies, with the post its on whiteboards. This awesome resource can be used for anything. Development, HR, as a simple sales pipeline or even as a central hub to meet other co-workers. 

And that's what this Meet Up is all about! Meeting fellow Trello fans, discussing our favourite ways of using Trello and even get a little bit inspired.  There will be a short presentation from me, Joël Kai Lenz - Your host for this evening - Where I show you how public boards and Trello's own Inspiration page can supercharge your next project and increase your productivity immensely! 

The best part about this meet up is the price. IT IS ABSOLUTELY FOR FREE! No submission or attending fees. Just book a slot on this booking platform and be sure to show up.  There will be some food and drinks. Oh and have I mentioned the Trello Swag?! You will definitely have some souvenir to take home and show your true Trello love. 

Did I spark your interest? Then make sure to register on this platform! There is a limited space of attendees. 10 in Total to be exact! So you better hurry, mark the of December as the day, where you'll finally solve all project management problems and meet fellow Trello fans!!! 

I can't wait to meet you in person and talk about our favourite tool. 

See ya soon! 


Dec. 7, 2018
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.


Effinger - Kaffeebar & Coworking Space
Effingerstrasse 10 3011, Bern

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Joël Kai Lenz Joel

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