In August Netsquared organisers from Adelaide, Auckland and Wellington will present on the best tools for not-for-profits to promote online collaboration.
For $10 entry, you will receive 2 drinks (beer & wine) and NetSquared will provide some delicious nibbles.
Overview of the event
6:00 Drinks, nibbles and networking
- Stephen Blyth: Choosing the right tools
- Lindsey Talerico-Hedren: Creating content from your online conversations
- Ben Teoh: Case Study: Mobilising volunteers
7:15 Panel and questions
7:30 The networking continues...
We are so excited to see these events rapidly growing! Bring your business cards and invite your friends who work in the nonprofit industry.
- Richenda (@RichendaG)
About the presenters
WELLINGTON: Stephen Blyth (@sablyth)
Stephen is a freelance advisor, writer and trainer from Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand. His specialty is working on web-based projects for organisations striving for environmental or social change and other good causes. Knowing people like talking over a cuppa about web and social change is the reason why he started organising NetSquared Wellington events in June 2012.
AUCKLAND: Lindsey Talerico-Hedren (@LindseyTalerico)
Lindsey is Seattle-ite living in Auckland and is social media manager at World Vision New Zealand. Formerly from World Vision U.S., she has a breadth of experience in content creation for the purpose of social engagement with broad experience covering humanitarian disasters (including the 2010 Haiti quake, 2011 Japan tsunami, 2011 East Africa famine, 2012 West Africa food crisis). In August 2011, she led a blogging trip to Bolivia where a team of eight witnessed poverty alleviation first hand.
ADELAIDE: Ben Teoh (@hellobenteoh)
Ben is a husband, dad, blogger, social media junkie and wannabe ninja. He works at Connecting up as their Content and Community Coordinator where they work with other nonprofits to use technology better through donations, discounts, events and online learning resources. Ben is also the lead organiser with NetSquared Adelaide.