When: Friday, February 12th, 12:00PM-1:30PM Where: Mayer Brown LLP, 1999 K Street
Join 501cTECH's Vice President of Technology Services, Mike Raftery, and Client Relations Manager, Marc Noël, at the 2nd of a 3 event series. The Pathfinder Initiative is a series of conferences that connects and engages nonprofit leaders with industry experts. It recognizes the need for nonprofits and NGOs to effectively utilize and access the internet in a safe and meaningful way, and provides a forum for discussion on how to achieve this. The event will be an opportunity for your organization to:
Learn about new products and services
Connect and network with others in the nonprofit community
Speak up and be heard about international internet policy
501cTECH's presentation will discuss the challenges that nonprofits face in technology, and solutions that will increase their efficiency in everyday operations. Specific topics include secure cloud solutions available to nonprofits at little to no cost, the importance of frequent technology health checks, and implementation and impact of best practices.
On December 9th, 501cTECH, NetSquared DC, and the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) co-sponsored a happy hour and panel discussion on digital trends. Panelists included thought leaders in the digital engagement space: Charmaine Nokuri, Chris Tuttle, DeRay Mckesson, and Jo Miles, and Colin Delany and Roshani Kothari moderated.
The discussion focused on how nonprofits can use digital platforms to further their missions.
Photo: Colin Delany, Jo Miles, DeRay Mckesson
Chris Tuttle’s opening remarks summed up the focus of the discussion quite well. There are three areas where organizations tend to struggle on digital platforms:
Join NTEN, 501cTECH, and NetSquared on Wednesday, December 9th from 6:00PM to 8:00PM for a FREE happy hour and panel discussion where we will reflect on digital trends from 2015 and look ahead to 2016.
Please join 501cTECH, the Progressive Communicators of Washington DC (PCDC), and NTEN for NetSquared’s “Meet the Experts” speed dating event. At the event, a number of nonprofit technology and communications experts will be available to consult with you about challenges and areas of growth for your communications efforts. Areas of expertise include: website strategy, social media strategy, communications strategy, engagement strategy, mobile strategy, media relations, branding and design, and website analytics.
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