Great news about the Nonprofit Technology Conference #14ntc
If you had been hesitating to sign up for this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference (#14ntc), some great news today! They’ve extended the registration deadline two weeks until 2/14. That gives you another two weeks to convince your boss that you should attend NTC.
Here are some great reasons why you should attend:
- You get the opportunity to meet me! And, 2000+ other people. Community is my favorite part of each year’s NTC and seeing all of the awesome nonprofit techie people is fantastic. I have even been known to come hang out in the lobby at conferences I haven’t been able to attend.
- You get to hear some amazing speakers. Whether you’re a super techie, a coder techie, a marketing techie (like me) or an accidental techie, NTC definitely has the content for you. You can even spend a good chunk of the day prior to the conference talking with some of the top nonprofit Drupal experts. Some of the panels I’m post looking forward to:
– Unlocking Hidden Gems: Tales of Social Intelligence Wizardry and ROI of Supporter Acquisition
– Online Testing – Practical Insights & Lessons Learned
– Engage all the Things: Rethinking Online Engagement
– Strategy is not a 4-Letter Word: How setting a plan for your online approach reaps rewards
– 2014 M+R Benchmarks
– Email Matters – Three Case Studies from Acquisition to Conversion
– Salesforce 101: What it is and what is right for your organization
– Progressive Enchantment: Crafting a Responsive Design
– Mark Your Calendars: How to Create Holiday Fundraising Digital Campaigns … Not Just at Year-End
– Make it Mobile
– Choosing the right partner for your next website or CRM Project
- The amazing social events. Many of the sponsors hold evening activities that are super fun. You also have #ntcbeer, an annual event that many people look forward to attending. And, you can’t forget about geek games, which finish off the event.
Don’t miss out on registering for the Nonprofit Technology Conference. It really is a must not miss event.