Please read our latest plans for Aurea Experience 20 in Berlin.


Berlin is one of Europe’s most incredible cities, and I’m thrilled that we’re hosting Aurea Experience 20 there. We’ve picked a legendary hotel in the heart of the historic city: the Adlon Kempinski, named one of Fodor’s Finest hotels in the world. For over 110 years, it’s been a luxurious home away from home to guests like Charlie Chaplin, Queen Elizabeth II, and Barack Obama.


You’ve probably seen the exciting speaker and session lineup we have planned for you - if you haven’t, take a look. You’ll hear the present and future of your Aurea solutions, straight from our Chief Product Officer. Some of the most successful companies in the world will share how they’re using Jive and Aurea CRM. And bestselling business author Greg McKeown will talk about new ways to become more successful by doing less, but achieving more.



To top the event off, we’ve created a once-in-a-lifetime experience that I am especially excited about. Tucked away in a historic train depot is one of the world’s most valuable collections of cars — from priceless classics to multi-million dollar modern supercars. Some of the finest are even kept in climate-controlled glass cubes in the building’s central courtyard.


It’s more than a museum, though: it’s where some of the most expensive automobiles in existence today are meticulously restored, test-driven, maintained, and even sold. The displays are constantly changing, but have featured historic vehicles ranging from the Benz Patent-Motorwagen Victoria (released in 1893 with a top speed of 16 km/h) to the LaFerrari (released in 2013 with a top speed exceeding 349 km/h). 


We’ll spend an entire evening exploring the collection, networking, and enjoying world-class, German inspired cuisine together. From content, to networking to hospitality, the entire event will be a valuable and memorable experience — I can’t wait to meet you personally in Berlin.


If you haven’t registered for the event or booked your hotel room yet, be sure to take a minute to do so now. I can’t wait to see you in Berlin!