Configura, a Grand Rapids maker of CET Designer software, announced the 13th annual CET Experience will be hosted as a virtual conference Oct. 13-15.
“Our Configura community is stronger than ever, and we can’t wait to bring our users, developers, partners and employees together through our Virtual CET Experience this fall,” Configura CEO Stefan Persson said. “While we wish we could learn and collaborate in person, we hope this virtual format will make it possible for those who haven’t been able to attend CET Experience in the past to join us. We look forward to capturing the spirit of our amazing Configura community through our virtual conference and hope it inspires people to join us in person next year.”
Formerly known as the CET Designer User and Developer Conference, CET Experience brings together hundreds of people from around the world who use, create and invest in CET Designer software.
This year’s theme is “Making a Difference” and will feature three half-day sessions from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. The conference will highlight ways people can make a difference through design and ways people can create something bigger than themselves. CET Experience will feature breakout sessions tailored for developers and designers. The conference also will highlight the CET Designer Awards.
Keynote speakers include Configura co-founder Johan Lyreborn and Interface’s Vice President of Workplace Applications Chip DeGrace. Lyreborn will lead a conversation on how the Configura community has made a difference over the last 30 years. DeGrace will share how sustainability and moral courage to do what is right ultimately are better for business, industry and the planet.
“Our users are change agents and problem-solvers at heart who strive to make our built environment a better, safer place. They make a difference in their communities every day, and we’re excited to highlight how our community uses CET Designer to drive change,” Configura Vice President of Global Customer Experience Tracy Lanning said. “Attendees can expect our same edgy and energy-filled conference but in a virtual setting.”
Registration is now open and available online.