NetSquared Local Events: Week of July 1, 2013
NetSquared Local is growing! All we need is a bit of sunlight, water and your participation for our tribe of nonprofit techies to keep expanding into new communities. NetSquared believes that the best way to build a strong, self sufficient community of
#nptech practitioners is for us to go outside and get face-to-face. We challenge you to join a NetSquared Local group or start your own! With 50 groups in 20 countries there’s probably a group nearby.
This Tuesday we’re proud to launch two new groups. Birgit Pauli-Haack and James McDonald in Naples, Florida usher in the NFN4Good Tech Club with introductions to Google Apps and Wordpress. And on the other side of the world in Sydney, Australia hosts Anne-Maree Kerrs and Moby Siddique challenge attendees to be crystal clear about their business models.
What have NetSquared Local groups been up to recently? Check out the blog to keep on top of the gossip from our neighbourhood.
- Net2 Boston organizer Kat Friedrich reports on Data Day with “Nonprofits Learn How to Tell Untold Stories With Data”.
- Darren Barefoot shared his best practices for creating websites and email campaigns that will perform on mobile devices at Net2 Surrey.
- The power of the whiteboard is revealed to members of Net2 Victoria thanks to Dan Pollock.
- Net2 Melbourne hosted Clarity.io’s Will Dayble, who contends that “Charity is boring. Giving is awesome”.
- Social Media + Traditional Media = Crazy Awesome! brought together a panel of experts at Net2 Seattle to explore how non-profit communicators engage the press.
This Week’s NetSquared Events
Tuesday, July 2
- Sydney, Australia: What is Your Business Model?
- Naples, FL: NFN4Good Tech Club for SWFL
- Philadelphia, PA: Social Presentations: Evolving Past PowerPoint
- Vancouver, BC: VIDEO FOR NONPROFITS: Content is King: Video Campaign Strategy
- New Orleans, LA: Lifehacks Live: You Don’t Even Know What You Don’t Know!
Thursday, July 4
Don’t have a local NetSquared Local group? We’d love to help you start a new meetup.
That’s all for now. Join us next week to learn what nonprofit techies are doing in your community.
Image by Amanda, CC licensed on Flickr.