We love to hear how people are using SignUpGenius to make a difference in the world, and it’s always fun to see our online sign up tool featured in the media. Check out this roundup of genius mentions — including a national cooking magazine, popular Facebook video series, national business outlet and national newspaper publisher.
“Organize a sign-up with categories so you can control what’s coming: a paper sign-up sheet, a group email, or be really tech-savvy with a free, online tool like SignUpGenius which shows folks the available slots for treats (and supplies like napkins and plates, perfect for folks that aren’t kitchen savvy) and can send email reminders.”
“Be somebody who loves to learn…For women right now, there may be pressure to become a CEO, or to get on the Board. Wherever you are, be excited about where you are now. Learn whatever you can right there, and it will be applicable.”
“If you’re class mom, PTA president, chair of the neighborhood steering committee and founder of your local political club, you need SignUpGenius. The app makes it easy to get groups of people to sign up for everything from making cupcakes to registering voters.”
“Carpooling benefits both kids and parents,” said Kate White, director of marketing at SignUpGenius. “It gives kids a chance to establish and deepen friendships and gives parents less time in the car. Spending a set amount of time in the car lets kids and parents connect in the midst of a busy schedule. Carpooling also cuts down on carbon emissions by reducing the number of cars on the road, plus it saves money on gas.”
“Organizing sports and church and nonprofit work and school commitments was, in a word, ‘frustrating.’ It inspired Rutledge to take action. He built SignUpGenius, a free online software tool for volunteer management and event planning, in 2008 and has grown it to a major brand, drawing 77.2 million visitors to the SignUpGenius site last year alone.”