Nuggets from #14ntc conference, Washington DC - #net2welly April meetup

With over 2000 participants, 100+ formal sessions, 147 exhibitors and much more besides there's lots to learn at the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference, 13-15 May 2014, Washington DC.  

Stephen Blyth, #net2 welly co-organiser, joined with others in the NetSquared community to participate the conference. His trip was sponsored by TechSoup Global.

In this informal session Stephen will:

• Report visually on the conference, or explain why Storify is a great way to present a report 

• Share some social network analysis - by taking a deeper look at the 24,000+ tweets tagged #14ntc

• Introduce the global NetSquared crew 

• Propose we think about climate responsible tech.

The talk will be short. We can also run a new sharing technique, garnered from #14ntc. It's call a needs parade. Anyone with a request for help (or offer) can grab the mic to make a 30 second (or 1 minute) request. We'll model this networking technique on one used by NetSquared Victoria, Canada.

Most of the time is for everyone to discuss, debate and digress. 

Bring a friend. 


Some nuggets from #14ntc in Washington DC

Nonprofit Technology Conference, 13-15 March 2014, Washington DC

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  • Ali J.

    Some great nuggets of information, thanks Stephen, and I had some great chats with people.

    1 · May 1, 2014

  • Fraser C.

    Sorry Stephen. Something's come up and I won't make it tonight. Pity, I would have liked to hear the stories. Cheers, Fraser

    April 28, 2014

    • Stephen B.

      Thanks for letting us know -hope to see you next time.

      April 28, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Apologies - got tied up with work - possible late night ahead for me :(

    April 28, 2014

    • Stephen B.

      Thanks for letting me know - don't work too late. See you at another meet-up. Stephen

      April 28, 2014

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