Conference House announces Call for Papers for CHASE 2013

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Leading not for profit exhibition organiser seeks sector expertise.

CHASE 2013 is sponsored by ASI Europe

Our sector depends on learning from each other and sharing knowledge. Preference will be given to presentations by end-users that will allow others to benefit from real-life experience.

Following a phenomenally successful 20th anniversary event in February 2012, leading trade show CHASE, the Charities and Associations Exhibition has opened its Call for Papers invitation for the 2013 show.

Organised by Conference House, leaders in not for profit exhibition management, CHASE is targeted towards not for profit decision makers seeking the latest updates, innovations and services in their sector.

A key feature of the two day event has always been the opportunity for delegates to enjoy free seminars from distinguished speakers. A total of 48 seminars over two days will be selected from submissions and will examine the most pertinent issues in not for profit technology, fundraising, membership management – and cover legal and financial topics.

The exhibition will be supported by Lead Sponsors ASI Europe. Advanced Solutions International is the largest, privately-owned global provider of web-based software for member and donor-based not-for-profits, including leading software suite iMIS.

Exhibitors committed to appearing include payment solution providers Rapidata, leading chartered accountants Kingston Smith, website specialists netXtra and Eastbourne Convention Bureau . About seventy leading suppliers of goods, services and advice are anticipated.

Seminars will be selected for their relevance, objectivity and level of specialism, with the aim of inspiring and informing delegates' future decisions in their own organisations.

Exhibition Director Michael Webb encourages not for profit experts to get involved. “CHASE has become a flagship resource for charity and association leaders over the past two decades” he said. “A key feature of the event has always been the programme of seminars – a free resource that delegates find incredibly valuable. Our sector depends on learning from each other and sharing knowledge. I am always delighted at the level of enthusiasm amongst potential speakers who are willing to get involved. Preference will be given to presentations by end-users that will allow others to benefit from real-life experience.”

CHASE 2013 takes place on the 12th and 13th February 2013 at the Business Design Centre, Islington. The call for papers is open now, with the final deadline for submissions scheduled for the 1st October 2012.

Potential speakers can find full submissions guidelines and submit their proposal online by visiting the CHASE 2013 website or by contacting Michael Webb directly.

Michael Webb
Conference House Ltd.
24 St. Clements Passage
Huntingdon
PE29 3TP
Tel: 03707 367367 Mobile 07973 624741
Email: mw (at) conferencehouse (dot) co (dot) uk
http://www.chase2013.org.uk

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