Documents for spring meeting 2020

It is time to summarize another year in Swedsoft's history. In these difficult times we are in now, we can still look back on a year when a lot happened.

Handlingar till Swedsofts vårmöte 2020

Documents (in Swedish) for the spring meeting 2020

Updated April 17th 2020 with the nominated board members and election committee.

Today, the notice of and documents for Swedsoft’s spring meeting 2020 was sent out to all members. In the email there was the agenda and all documents for the meetings (except the nomination committee’s proposal which they will add later) as well as the news that the spring meeting will have to be digital this year. The conference will be also rescheduled to fall (preliminary September).

The spring meeting consists of two different meetings: the annual meeting and the members’ meeting. The annual meeting addresses questions about the non-profit association. The members’ meeting is about what happens in the service organization, such as lobbying, events and more.

As usual, the agenda and documents for Swedsoft’s spring meeting are available for everyone to download (in Swedish). Read more about what we actually did and how our finances went.

When the Nominating Committee’s proposal is done, we will send a new mail about this to all members.


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