UGM 2020 has been postponed. If you have already registered, your registration is still valid for August. There is no need to register again.
Many types of training are offered throughout the UGM agenda. Expand your knowledge with business advice, sales tips, marketing shortcuts, technical training netsapiens platform best practices, and more!
The UGM offers collaboration focused sessions and free time to share ideas outside of the agenda. We encourage everyone to take advantage of the wealth of knowledge that surrounds them.
Want to know about the latest netsapiens news? Want a preview of new features from upcoming releases? The netsapiens UGM is the place to hear it first.
UGM allows you to build long-lasting bonds with a strong network of netsapiens clients and discover ways to share knowledge, advice, and resources that benefit the entire netsapiens community.

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We always cater our event schedule to what our attendees want to learn, see, and experience. Click the button below to check out the agenda for this years UGM!
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Come to Coronado!

netsapiens is a San Diego based company, so let's celebrate what San Diego has to offer. Known for its sandy beaches and walkable lifestyle, Coronado Island also happens to be conveniently connected to two locations in Downtown San Diego by a short ferry ride across the bay. We are excited to host our clients and partners in this one-of-a-kind location for a one-of-a-kind event!
Coronado Island Transportation
Recently Coronado was ranked a “Walkers Paradise” (with a walkability score of 98 out of 100) at
From downtown Coronado, the Island is about 1 mile long and wide; with another 8 mile stretch down the Silver Strand/Highway 75 where Loews Coronado Bay Resort is located. Sidewalks are well maintained and there is lots to look at while strolling the streets, including beautiful gardens and views of water all around. On foot, it's easy to get to all the businesses on Orange Avenue and the Ferry Landing, as well as the beaches and bayfronts.

Arriving in Coronado, one of the first things you notice is the number of bicycles. They’re everywhere, ridden by people of all ages — a true hallmark of the Coronado lifestyle. In fact, it’s quite possible to live (or visit) happily without a car on this island paradise — quite unusual in Southern California!
Rentals of all types and sizes, including tandems, surreys, and children’s taga-longs are available throughout town. Children are required to wear helmets, and bicyclists are encouraged to avoid riding on the busy Orange Avenue. There are 15 miles of dedicated bike paths that meander through historic neighborhoods and along the pristine coastline.
Routes include paths along the bay, under the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, along the Coronado Golf Course, and down the Silver Strand, which is part of the California Scenic Highway with the ocean on one side and coastal marsh on the other.
On the eastern side of the Silver Strand, be sure to stop and explore an interpretive trail, called “Nature's Bridge,” through rare coastal sage-scrub habitat. The trail features five “discovery points” highlighting the fragile ecology of the Strand. At the southernmost tip of Coronado enjoy the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge.
Bicycle maps are available from the rental shops or at the Coronado Visitor Center.

Golf Carts
Golf carts are another option for those with cars or opting not to have a car. Rent a golf carts for a day - or longer.

Take a nostalgic 15-minute ride across the bay from San Diego to Coronado. The Ferry departs from two San Diego locations; Broadway Pier and the Convention Center. Departure and Landing in Coronado is at 1201 First Street.
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Public Transportation
There are 2 bus options for Coronado, MTS Bus 901 that travels off Island and MTS Bus 904 that travels along Orange Ave, to the Community Center, to City Hall on Glorietta Bay and to the Bayfront and Ferry Landing.

  • Super Shuttle, Service from San Diego Airport and Amtrak Station. (800) 974-8885
  • Coronado Livery, Shuttle service to San Diego Airport and Amtrak Station. (619) 435-6310
  • Coronado Yellow Cab Company, 24-hour taxi service, 7 days a week. (619) 435-6211
  • Download the Uber application onto your smartphone
  • Download the Lyft application onto your smartphone

Cars and Limos
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car, 1323 Orange Ave, (619) 522-6111
  • Hertz Car Rental at Coronado Marriott Resort, 2000 Second St, (619) 435-6660
  • Veloce Exotic Car Rental, 1500 Orange Ave, (619) 350-3049
Coronado Ferry Landing
Coronado Ferry Landing is located a short walk from the User Group Meeting venue. This waterfront shopping center has art galleries, apparel retailers, fine dining and casual eateries. The area also hosts a farmers market and live music each week!

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Coronado Golf Course
Enjoy picturesque waterfront scenery, incredible dining experiences, easy pro shop rentals and the convenience of having it all 5 minutes from the UGM venue.

Learn more about the Coronado Golf Course buy clicking the button below.

Coronado Golf Course Website

Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa

Hotel Information

Located just across the bay from downtown San Diego and a five-minute walk to the beach, the Coronado Island Marriott Resort and Spa combines the playfulness of a beach town with the convenience of a quick drive into the city.

To book your stay for August in our new room block, click the button below or call Coronado Marriott's Group Housing Supervisor, Grace Warner, directly at (619) 522-3071. Start Date: Friday, August 14th. End Date: Sunday, August 23rd

Room Block Rate: $239/night

Discount Deadline: 07/20/2020

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