#ENCC17UK – Attend our 2017 Community Conference


Registration for the 2017 Engaging Networks Community Conference is now open!

Join your peers in London on Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th March to learn, share and network at our annual event.

Early bird registration is only £180 plus VAT until the end of Monday 19th December, increasing to £220 plus VAT afterwards. The 2016 conference sold out, so sign-up today!

Year after year, clients tell us that they return to work after attending our Community Conference equipped with knowledge that strengthens their fundraising and campaigning efforts. There are about 40 sessions over two days covering topics like: multi-variant split testing on emails, making online campaigns effective, building supporter profiles, personalising communication, and email engagement scoring. You will leave ready to make a bigger difference at your organisation.

And it’s not just the informative sessions that have an impact. In conversations during coffee breaks, or while enjoying a drink at the reception – participants tell us they learn crucial new tips and tricks from one another.

This year we are proud to run several sessions on page-puilder, our biggest innovation since Engaging Networks launched in 2000. We’ll be hosting workshops on other technology including the events module, marketing automation, the ‘Hub’ (supporter centre), and peer-to-peer fundraising tools. We’ve also confirmed speakers from clients including PETA UK, Macmillan, Samaritans, MS Society, Mencap, Save the Children, Woodland Trust, Cycling UK, Gingerbread and many more.

The full agenda will be ready in the new year but as ever, it will be packed full of case study sessions, learning sessions from industry experts, Engaging Networks product workshops and presentations that will focus on the future of the software.

Please sign up today!

We look forward to seeing you in March.

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