CMX is a place for community managers seeking to learn and network with fellow professionals.
You'll be part of monthly AMAs, expert calls, educational programs, and worldwide events. With a presence in 20+ countries, members join in local chapters to meet professionals within their communities. Hosting virtual events, CMX offers the opportunity to join a global group of peers participating in professional and social meetups.
Find new job opportunities offered by members, and take advantage of the courses to enhance your learning experience.
Engaging in Facebook, Slack, and Discord groups, members stay in touch and share insights to innovate in the industry together.
Join as a pro member paying a $750 yearly fee and receive access to an exclusive network, along with expert calls, learning resources, and member-only events.
To apply for online groups, you need to request an invite and be to preserve the community's high-quality standard.
Ask your questions to experienced members and learn about community management.
Virtual and in-person events:
Attend summits, workshops, and more events available online and in-person. Hosting summits and meetups, you can find networking opportunities with experts near you.
Meet local and global peers:
Join a local chapter and participate in virtual events to network with the whole community. Find support with people struggling with the same challenges.
Receive strategy resources for free in your inbox every week.
Discover curated jobs and apply for a position in the community management industry. New global and local remote positions are available every day.
Pro members meet with experts in calls to dive into advanced topics in community building.
You can access the community groups hosted on Facebook, Slack, and Discord.
You need to request an invite to be part of the group.
Members meet in monthly gatherings within local chapters around the world. Joining professionals from all backgrounds, experience levels, and interests, the community offers knowledge-sharing and support.
If you're building or managing a community, the events will help you discover fresh strategies and learn new skills.
They also host thematic virtual meetups where members connect and participate in expert talks.
CMX offers many events to join and learn in a community of professionals. You can participate in 3-days summits to discuss trending topics and draft your agenda with peers.
Experts-led talks will give you insights for becoming a better professional.
The community also has study groups for their academy students. You can join other peers to commit to the program and enrich the training experience.
Members engage in local chapters and virtual events. You'll find networking opportunities with community professionals near you and from all over the world.
Join live events to participate in parties and more social gatherings.
Build new connections and meet fellow managers working in diverse industries. Stay connected in Facebook, Slack, and Discord groups to discuss any topic of interest.
You can see yearly reports to learn how to invest in communities strategically. Surveying community managers from 40+ countries, the CMX report will give you useful insights to plan your next approach.
The community has an Academy where you can take courses to build and grow your business.
From beginner to expert level, classes provide the tools you need to uplevel your community management skills. All courses are self-paced and include experts support, along with practical resources like worksheets and activities.
CMX has an Academy where community professionals sharp their skills and get certified. For encouraging a diverse and equity environment, they offer scholarships for those students who can't afford education.
People from underrepresented groups in the industry, unemployed professionals, and non-profit teams receive help to access these courses.
"CMX Pro has been a huge asset in getting me to be more innovative in my approach to managing my online community program. The amount of collective knowledge and willingness to share within this community has been instrumental in my growth as a community manager." -Marjorie Anderson