This year at the RootsTech conference, we did something we've never done before: we hosted the first-ever MyHeritage RootsTech After-Party!
The MyHeritage team was joined on Friday, February 6th by friends, partners and geneabloggers for a great night of fun and entertainment. Over 400 guests enjoyed refreshments, fun games and raffle prizes.
RootsTech is the largest family history event in the world. It runs from February 3-6, 2016, in Salt Lake City, Utah. The theme is "Celebrating Families across Generations."
The conference is always exciting, and offers many opportunities to learn about family history as well as the new technologies that bring families together and help make family history discoveries easier.
MyHeritage is excited to head to the 2013 National Genealogical Society (NGS) conference, taking place next week from May 8-11, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
NGS was established 110 years ago in Washington, DC, to serve and grow the genealogical community through education, training, promoting access to and preserving genealogical records.
The conference is a great opportunity for genealogists and those interested in family history research to meet and share ideas on how to advance family research.
Will you be at NGS? Come visit MyHeritage at booth #431, and meet our team.
MyHeritage's US genealogy advisor Schelly Talalay Dardashti and business development manager and genealogist Mark Olsen are heading off to the Colorado Springs (Colorado) Family History Expo 2012 this weekend, Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2.
In-demand speakers, each will present several programs, in addition to staffing the booth (#9,10). Here's a preview of their sessions:
Last week, the MyHeritage team was kept very busy in a whirlwind of work, learning and fun at very well attended National Genealogical Society's 2012 conference in Cincinnati, Ohio.
On Wednesday, the team was busy at the booth answering questions and providing more information to attendees who had heard about MyHeritage from speakers who spoke about our very social family trees, WorldVitalRecords.com data, facial recognition technology and much more.
This post is also published on the WorldVitalRecords blog (part of the MyHeritage family).
NGS 2012 began today with a huge line to enter the exhibit hall.