Those of you who know me, know that I get really excited about TechNow, our annual nonprofit technology conference. TechNow energizes me in a way that only one other event in the year really does (and that would be NTEN’s tech conference).
Hence and therefore, please don’t be shocked if I’m spouting TechNow from here until October. When I get excited about something, I tell people. This is no exception. 🙂
So….mark your calendar, tell your fellow techies, co-workers, and friends! TechNow, the annual conference devoted exclusively to nonprofit technology, will be held on Thursday, October 29, 2009.
This year, we have another fabulous and relevant keynote speaker for you! We will be joined by Mr. Ami Dar, the founder and executive director of Idealist.org. Built in 1996 with $3,500, Idealist has become one of the most popular nonprofit resources on the web, with information provided by 90,000 organizations around the world, 70,000 visitors every day, and a staff of 60 in New York, Buenos Aires, and Portland. Ami plans to speak about how nonprofits can successfully collaborate, accomplishing more with fewer resources.
This year, we are delighted to be hosted by Robert Morris University at its very own Sewall Center, located on RMU’s Moon Township campus. The Moon Township campus is near the Pittsburgh International Airport and is easily reached via car or Port Authority bus.
If you would like to be notified when TechNow conference registration opens on the Bayer Center’s website, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Look for more TechNow updates in the upcoming months, including a re-vamped conference website!
Hooray for Technovians everywhere!