Thanks so much to everyone that attended the 15NTC Mini-Presentation Roundup! We hope you were able to take away some new ideas. As always, we'd love your feedback about this event. Let us know what you thought!
Didn't make it to the meetup? Or maybe you'd like to take another look at those slides? We've got you covered:
April promises to be a busy month for NetSquared. There are already 36 events scheduled with more being posted daily and we’re about to launch the TechedUp campaign and push a recruitment drive with inactive groups.
If you’re a regular reader of this blog you’ve probably encountered one of my twice-monthly roundups of nonprofit tech meetups. But perhaps you’re leary about attending an event because you’re not quite sure what it will be like. Describing NetSquared events is difficult, because each one focuses on a different topic and has a unique flavor set by the organizing team. Instead of words let me try a few pictures that will illustrate our community.
With the growth of our Tech4Good SWFL TechClub, our new name and our national affiliations, it is time to do some strategic planning for the future! Where are we going? What are we doing? How do we get there? Let’s find the answers together!
Our facilitator for the beginning of this exploration is Donna Johnston. Donna comes to us as a member first, but a member who is trained in facilitation and conflict management.
Do you plan conferences, fundraising events, workshops, or other program events at your nonprofit? Do you also have 1,000 other things on your plate?
For this session of Toronto Net Tuesday, Fanny Martin, an experienced event planner at Art of Festivals, and Ben Raffi, the CEO of Uniiverse, looked at how technology can improve your event and reduce your stress.