Are you going to NTEN’s annual conference for all things nonprofit tech this week? So are we! Karen and Sarah have packed all the chocolate covered coffee beans they can carry and are heading for San Jose to talk engagement strategy, Salesforce integration, and StepUp.
Below are all the places you can meet up with us at the conference. Let us know if you’d like to meet up to chat over coffee.
How engaging are you? Visit us at Exhibit Hall booth 817 (right by the charging stations) to take our easy engagement quiz, chat about your latest project, and see StepUp, our Salesforce engagement app, in action. Pro-tip: we’ll have recharging snacks for you!
Is your old website losing supporters? An engaging and effective site is born of good planning and a great team. Join Karen and the team that launched the Mountaineers’ great new member-centered site for anatomy of a major website redesign. Wednesday, 10:30-12:00 in Salon IV and at #16NTCwebanatomy on Twitter.
Want to chat about mobilizing your members? Have lunch with like-minded mobilizers on Friday to chat about strategies that work and lessons learned. Sarah’s hosting a Birds of a Feather table for those who love engagement and organizing. Friday, 12:00-1:30 in the Exhibit Hall, at the Engagement and Mobilization table.
Looking to ignite your next campaign? Are you going to the pre-conference funk better known as Salesforce Day? With just 20 slides, Sarah will inspire you to use Salesforce and powerful integrations to turn your supporters into champions. Tuesday, 3:00, at Salesforce Day Ignite!.
We hope your trip to San Jose is energizing and informative. When you get back to the real world post-conference and are ready to turn all you learned into gains on the ground, we look forward to working with you!
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