AFSUG Collaboration Forum
Introducing the AFSUG Collaboration Forum - August 2023 Launch!
We are thrilled to unveil a brand-new chapter in the AFSUG journey – the launch of the AFSUG Collaboration Forum in August 2023. This exciting initiative marks the beginning of a vibrant platform dedicated to empowering members within the SAP ecosystem.
Empowering Growth, Together
At AFSUG, we believe in the power of collaboration, diversity, and growth. The AFSUG Collaboration Forum is designed to bring members from the SAP community together, fostering an environment where collective strength drives empowerment and innovation.
A Catalyst for Transformation
Our Collaboration Forum is a movement to transform the landscape of member in SAP. We’re committed to nurturing a space where members, women and men, an excel, contribute, and inspire one another.
Unveiling the Journey
The AFSUG Collaboration Forum will feature a lineup of engaging sessions, insights from industry leaders, and thought-provoking discussions. With coaching sessions, speaker training, and interactive forums on the horizon, this platform is your gateway to personal and professional growth.
Open to All
The AFSUG Collaboration Forum is open to all individuals who share our passion for SAP. Whether you’re a seasoned expert or new to the field, this platform provides a safe and supportive space to share experiences, address challenges, and learn from each other.
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Join us as we pave the way for a brighter future in the SAP community. Your voice, your experiences – they matter. Let’s come together to empower, inspire, and create lasting impact.
Connect. Collaborate. Empower. AFSUG Collaboration Forum
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