“Even just accidentally I have discovered some little sort of hidden things in the software that I wasn’t taking advantage of previously.“
Colin Silver (Solar Energy Industry Association) at the 2015 ENCC
Registration for the 2016 Engaging Networks Community Conference is now open! Join your peers in Washington, DC on October 5 and 6 to learn, share, and network at our annual event. Early bird registration is only $195 until September 5. Our last 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 efforts and impresses their boss. Whether it’s multi-variant split testing, one-click donation pages, supporter profiles, engagement scores, or Twitter petitions – you’ll leave ready to make a bigger difference at your organization.
And it’s not just the informative sessions that have an impact. In hallway conversations, during coffee breaks, or while enjoying a drink at the reception – attendees tell us they learn crucial new tips and tricks from one another. It’s an event that puts the “community” back in Community Conference.
The Engaging Networks’ recipe for a successful community conference is 1/3 strategy sessions, 1/3 case studies, and 1/3 Engaging Networks staff workshops. Mix this with the unveiling of our 2017 Roadmap by Engaging Networks CEO Graham Covington, an amazing guest keynote, and the best non-profit clients and partners – you’ve got a memorable conference experience.
This year we’re proud to highlight Page-Builder, our biggest innovation since Engaging Networks launched in 2000. We’ll also be featuring our new Events module and Peer-to-Peer fundraising tools. For the first time ever, three clients will receive a Software Love Award for the best Engaging Networks campaign. Nominate yourself today!
As the new Director of Client Services, I’ve had a chance to talk to so many of our amazing clients already – and I can’t wait to meet you in person! Register for the 2016 Engaging Networks Community Conference and I’ll see you in October.