Power up your not for profit at the Connecting Up Conference 2020 with an early bird plus 5 per cent discount
25 February 2020 at 7:35 am
Want to increase your organisation’s impact through technology by learning from world-class presenters? The Connecting Up Conference in Melbourne from 6 to 8 May is your chance.
Pro Bono Australia readers can receive an early bird plus 5 per cent discount by registering before 6 March. Simply enter the code PBEBPLUS5 when purchasing tickets.
The three-day interactive event, including master classes, panels, plenaries, mentoring and awards, shows not for profits how to get the most out of technology, training and strategy.
Building on the record success of last year’s event, 2020 delegates will learn how to keep up with the evolving landscape from an all-star line-up of speakers including:
- Microsoft digital architect Melissa Kaplan
- IBM chief marketing officer Jodie Sangster
- Social media strategist Alecia Hancock
- Fundraising expert Jo Garner
- Orange Sky Australia founder Nic Marchesi
- Tech Impact executive director Patrick Callihan
- Pro Bono Australia editor Wendy Williams
The conference also provides a chance to recognise the not-for-profit sector’s IT heroes at the annual Australian Not-for-Profit Technology Awards.
The awards take place on the second day of the conference and are currently open for nominations.
Early bird discounts are available until 6 March and include access to the conference’s 36-booth technology and professional services exhibition.
Find out more and register: https://www.conference2020.connectingup.org/
The Connecting Up Conference also offers scholarships for organisations that would not be able to attend without assistance.
Contact the conference organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.