[Indonesia] Evernote meet-up set for Jakarta on February 17

Evernote users in Jakarta can meet and greet with each other and Evernote developers this Sunday, February 17.

By Goutama Bachtiar

Following the prior meet-ups in two Southeast Asia countries, Singapore and Malaysia, now Indonesian Evernoters will have the chance to meet and greet with other Evernote users, as well as delve into discussions with the “remember everything” platform folks from Redwood, Silicon Valley and Singapore hosted in Jakarta this Sunday.

In this first meet-up, those who attend will discover new ways to work smarter and live better with the elephant app. Another take is the latest updates from Evernote. The meet-up lets fans make a connection with the company and even bounce off ideas with them.

Organized by its APAC market development head Tiang Lim Foo and the Jakarta Evernote Community, it also brings general manager Troy Malone to the picture. He is looking forward to present and meet local users, answer questions, mingle and talk all things Evernote.

Evernote Singapore Meet-up Last December (Photo: Evernote)

Evernote Singapore Meet-up Last December (Photo: Evernote)

Both have been seen in Jakarta few times since last year, developing the platform, which has accounted for more than 500,000 users in the country.

A day prior to the meet-up, a book titled Mengingat Segalanya Dengan Evernote (which translates to “Remember Everything with Evernote”) in local language, written by Sartika Kurniali and published by Elexmedia, is set to launch.

Moreover, attendees are also able to join two sharing sessions on food blogging from Evernote Food Ambassador Sandra Djohan, utilizing Evernote and Wego’s Yorday Zufrizal on productivity within Evernote.

Evernote book, t-shirts and premium cards will also be up for grabs.

Find out more and register for the two hour event here.

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