Why Attend

Teamwork and technology can be combined to make a profound impact on organizations and communities to help solve problems.

But too often teamwork fails to be effective and technology is part of the reason why:

  • Custom software solutions for teams are too complex and time-consuming to develop.
  • Off-the-shelf software solutions lead to ineffective solutions and disconnected data stores.
  • Team collaboration in old systems like email and spreadsheets hinder transparency and productivity, and increase risk.

For teams to thrive, organizations must nurture teamwork and utilize software designed to promote a culture of teamwork.

Kintone, the team whose mission it is to “Make a Society Brimming with Teamwork,” invites you to network and learn about a new generation of teamwork tools and methods that lead to:

  • Increased accountability and trust within teams
  • More productivity in addition to greater happiness
  • A bigger impact for your team, organization, and community

Join us! The Kintone Connect series is coming to a city near you.

Who Should Attend?

Kintone Connect 2019 is a technology-oriented culture conference that examines the value of team-focused technology and how companies can use it to improve employee collaboration.

People who manage their team or department’s technology needs, business owners looking to improve department collaboration, and managers who want to enhance their operations through better digital collaboration practices are encouraged to attend Kintone Connect 2019.

Who is Kintone?

Kintone is a San Francisco-based technology startup that aspires to make teamwork better by giving teams the power to bring their data, processes, and collaboration together for greater transparency, engagement, and team productivity.

Kintone’s hyper-agile and secure cloud platform is a global leader in the no-code custom software revolution. With teamwork in mind, Kintone’s platform enables business teams to build and deploy custom online database applications for any purpose.

Kintone is trusted by over 12,000 organizations globally and a recognized leader in Forrester’s Wave, Gartner’s Magic Quadrant, and in G2Crowd and Capterra reviews.

Part of a global publicly-traded company with over US$100M revenues in 2018 and 500+ new customers joining monthly

When are we going to be in your area?

August 20 | Los Angeles, CA

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September 19 | Boston, MA

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October 9 | Chicago, IL

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December 12 | San Francisco, CA

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Agenda (Los Angeles)

8:00 am

Registration & Networking Breakfast

9:00 am

Teamwork & Technology Keynote – Kintone CEO

9:30 am

Teamwork & Technology Making an Impact – Panel Discussion

10:15 am

Networking Break

10:45 am

Teamwork Methodology Workshop – Problem-Solving

11:45 am

Social Impact Challenge Introduction & Voting

12:15 pm

Networking Break

1:00 pm

‘Making Teamwork Better’ – Stories Showcase

2:00 pm

Post-Event Networking

Speakers

Flemming Kongsberg
Osamu Yamada

President of Kintone and EVP & Chief Global Officer of Cybozu Inc

Osamu Yamada

Kintone

President of Kintone and EVP & Chief Global Officer of Cybozu Inc



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Flemming Kongsberg
Dave Landa

CEO at Kintone

Dave Landa

Kintone

CEO at Kintone



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Flemming Kongsberg
Bobby Lancaster

Product and Partner Marketing at Kintone

Bobby Lancaster

Kintone

Product and Partner Marketing at Kintone



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Flemming Kongsberg
Shubha Rao

Data Impact Coordinator at Global G.L.O.W.

Shubha Rao

Kintone

Data Impact Coordinator at Global G.L.O.W.



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Flemming Kongsberg
Nimrod Grinvald

Sales Engineering Manager at Kintone

Nimrod Grinvald

Kintone

Sales Engineering Manager at Kintone



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Take Teamwork One Step Further with Our Social Impact Session

Teamwork isn’t just for business. As part of making teamwork better for everyone, we’re hosting a special session at our Kintone Connect series to promote new solutions for social issues that affect American communities everywhere.

This year, our social impact session will focus on a goal highlighted by the United Nations as one of the leading obstacles to a happier, more equal world: hunger.

Hunger, especially childhood hunger in urban areas, is an invisible social illness we walk or drive past everyday. In San Francisco, 28% of youth are at chronic risk of hunger. In Los Angeles, it’s 25%. In Chicago, 20%.

These numbers aren’t just too high—they shouldn’t be statistics to begin with. That’s why we’re working with issue experts, community leaders, and individuals like you to help develop solutions to take us one step closer to ending childhood hunger by 2030.

Join us and our partner TechSoup and Caravan Studios as we team up to tackle this challenge. Learn how our social impact session is part of a larger Social Impact Challenge we’re taking on here.

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