Consider yourself a GIS professional or earth observation practitioner? Want to stay ahead of our rapidly changing industry and data landscape?
Curious about how to use geospatial technology in your business or organisation?
Are you interested in maps and satellite data? But don’t know where to start?
We are all about geospatial data users helping other users by fostering connections, learning and growth.
Our first community cohort (beta) runs from March to May 2024. In the first cohort, we will bring together geospatial professionals, leaders and changemakers for networking and professional development.
We are breaking down silos as members come from a variety of geographic and domain backgrounds: ranging from insurance, energy, forestry, commercial imagery providers and more.
Our expert-run career workshops this cohort will focus on interpersonal and technical skills: Personal Branding (March), LinkedIn (April) and Geospatial Cloud Computing (May). In general, we host one to two community events each week.
We also offer an annual membership for folks who want to put down roots and experience a full year’s worth of community that is centred around professional development and geospatial topics.
For a membership fee, you gain access to a suite of career-boosting benefits:
Network with other members online through live hosted mixers and meetups. Browse our member directory to connect with likeminded peers.
Be featured in our member highlights on LinkedIn. Speak at an Ask-Me-Anything session or on a panel. Demonstrate thought leadership.
Get the latest insights into industry happenings via our discussion spaces where members can share news and expertise, plus ask each other questions.
Access live and recorded workshops run by experts to level up your career. Ask our featured career experts your burning career questions.
Get early access and member-only pricing on thriveGEO training opportunities.
Connect with hiring managers and company insiders who are posting jobs.
The first 100 members enjoy early access pricing of 117 Euros per cohort and 390 Euros per year.