Transform Conference Early Bird Discount Ends Next Week. Book Now!
Tuesday, 19th February 2019 at 7:30 am
With tickets selling fast and early bird discount ending next week, time is running out for Australian not for profits to secure a 25 per cent discount for the Connecting Up Transform Conference at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) from 8-10 May.
Australia’s premier not-for-profit technology conference, with a strong complementary focus on philanthropy, fundraising, marketing and social media, Transform 2019, will see world-class speakers and not-for-profit sector leaders converge on MCEC for master classes, panels, plenaries, a 35-stand not-for-profit technology expo, Australian Not-for-Profit Leadership Breakfast and the 2019 Australian Not-for-Profit Technology Awards gala dinner.
Australian Council of Social Services (ACOSS) CEO Cassandra Goldie and Community Council for Australia (CCA) CEO David Crosbie will be among the senior not-for-profit figures joining experts of the calibre of IBM Watson’s Jodie Sangster, Microsoft chief technology officer Erik Arnold, Melbourne Business School’s Mark Ritson and Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies researcher Dr Ruth Knight.
From artificial intelligence, to machine learning, to digital strategy and infrastructure for transformation, to the future of philanthropy, digital security, grant writing in the 21st century, and busting the overhead myth, Transform delegates will have unparalleled access to the speakers, skills and technology they need to digitally transform their organisations.
Building on rave reviews following Connecting Up’s Digital Flightpaths Conference in Brisbane last year, Transform 2019 delegates will also enjoy a significantly improved technology experience thanks to a new technology partnership with this year’s event builder Cvent, that will see the introduction of self-registration booths, a new interactive conference app as well as a customisable QR code lead capture app for exhibitors.
Meanwhile, a flexible approach to registration in 2019 will allow delegates to create a personalised conference experience to suit their needs (and budgets), with everything from one-day passes to three-day complete conference experience packages available.
About Connecting Up
Connecting Up Inc was established in 1981 as Community Information Support Service of SA Inc (CISSsa). CISSsa was established as the peak community information agency in South Australia, providing essential community services information in a variety of print and, later, electronic formats. CISSsa later changed its name to Community Information Strategies Australia and is now Connecting Up Inc.
Connecting Up’s purpose is to help our fellow not for profits leverage the digital world to positively impact their communities. The digital world is ever expanding beyond IT software and hardware, digital marketing, fundraising to new and innovative service delivery and understanding / measuring impact.
We have a long history of affordable software, hardware, educational events and more recently group consulting. We believe that not for profits with the right tools and skills can and do achieve great things. We work in partnerships with over 40 organisations to deliver high quality products and services specifically meeting the nuanced needs of the not for profit sector.
Connecting Up’s and TechSoup New Zealand’s services are available in Australia, New Zealand and throughout the South Pacific. In addition, Connecting Up also helps to develop relationships with business, community and government sectors for the development of the not-for-profit sector.
Connecting Up is a part of the Infoxchange Group.