Information for potential speakers

Information for potential speakers

Basic Information

Currently, Boston Network Users Group Meets on Zoom Video Conference software due to the COVID-19 virus. 

What to Send us before the meeting?

Thank you for your interest in becoming a BNUG Meeting speaker. please read the information below to give you a

We promote our meetings using our, Websie, email messages to our members, and other websites addressing the Greater Boston area. It would be good if you can send us some information about your speaker, your company, its products, and your company’s website URL.

If you want to schedule a meeting to present to the group (thanks!), we will need to receive from you: the name and bio of the speaker and an abstract of what he/she/they will discuss before we can solidify a date and (especially) so we can promote the meeting and attract attendees.

If you have any questions or you would like to speak to us about your Presentation, please contact us.

To Setup For your BNUG  Presentation

 Before making your Presentation be sure to be familiar with the Zoom video Conference software and have the latest version any other programs you maybe using during your video presentation. if you are

A BNUG Meeting Agenda

A Boston Network User Group (BNUG) meetings generally starts with informal networking at 7:00 PM,by allowing those Attending the meeting to chat  before the meeting starts at  7:30 PM. The president opens the meeting discussing future BNUG meeting information, time for a question-and-answer session where attendees can ask questions and get answers, announcements, and discussions. Presentations start at approximately 7:15 pm, and last for about an hour to 90 minutes, leaving some time for questions from the audience following the presentation so we can be clear of the location by 9 pm. Although presentations may contain product-specific material, they are always primarily technical in nature with marketing kept to a reasonable minimum.


Typical attendance is about twenty to thirty people, mostly network administrators/professionals, others involved professionally in information technology and networking, consultants, business owners, tech industry vendors, occasionally tech reporters for publications, etc.

Thank you.

Updated/Rewritten 7/22/2022 By Webmaster