It’s time to meet the sponsors of the #ELGLPopUps. Our sponsors allow us to maintain a lower registration fee. This year, students can attend for $25; ELGL members can attend for $50; and non-ELGL members can attend for $75.
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What They Do: Vision’s technology and professional services make it easy for local government agencies to produce and maintain successful websites.
- Vision has grown 30% in the last two years
- We work with cities of all sizes. Our largest is the City of San Jose and the smallest is the Town of Dillon. The difference in population is 1,024,040 (!)
- 15 ELGL members are Vision clients (waves)
- Our yearly Holiday Party features competitive bowling, and we have the pictures to prove it
Local Government Clients
- Yuma County, AZ
- City of Cupertino, CA
- City of Atlanta, GA
- Town of Cary, NC
Rank the Pop Up cities:
- Kansas City
Most Difficult Words to Spell
Days of the Week
- Monday (Right back at it!)
In the News
The cities of St. Louis Park, Minnesota and Santa Cruz, California recently partnered with the online government experts at Vision to refocus their content strategy and send their content editors back-to-school with Vision’s content coaches to learn how to write more effectively for the web.
With expectations for easy-to-use, mobile-friendly online information and services at an all-time high, cities and counties are adapting to the changing expectations of tech-savvy citizens.
Vision Internet on GovLove
What’s it like to launch a new city website? In an interview from the 2016 ICMA Conference in Kansas City, Mike Ekey from the City of Raymore, MO and Ashley Fruechting from Vision Internet tell the story of Raymore’s process and launch. From the bid process to the ribbon cutting (yes ribbon cutting of a website) Mike and Ashley give a behind the scenes look at the process.
ELGL C0-Founder. Interim Communications Manager for the City of Tigard, Oregon.