Free delegate registration announced by nfp technology 2012

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Organisers encourage early registration for popular technology exhibition.

Not for Profits can plug into new technology at nfp technology

This is a golden opportunity to get fully up to speed with what the future of technology holds in a convenient one-day format and without any cost to your organisation.

Following the show's launch to exhibitors in Spring 2012, nfp technology has opened free online registration to delegates this week. Charities and associations are encouraged to register as soon as possible to secure their place at an event that has proved increasingly popular year on year.

Organised by Conference House, leaders in not for profit exhibition management, nfp technology is targeted at charity and association managers responsible for technology decisions within their organisations. The show aims to update delegates on the latest technology innovations and how they can help to streamline operations, grow fundraising income and enhance membership services.

The exhibition, sponsored by leading software solution providers ASI Europe, will offer delegates ample opportunity to explore technological advances from specialist suppliers. A key feature of this year's exhibition is the diversity of applications and channels covered – from social media to mobile apps, new media, CRM software, payment solutions, online fundraising innovations and smart websites.

The exhibitor programme is complemented by a wide range of seminars – all free for delegates to attend. Recently announced topics will include “Simple Routes to Success with Video” (Richard Counsell, Videobuilder), ”How Do I Use Mobile Technology to Increase Member and Donor Engagement?” (Jyoti Hull-Jurkovic, ASI Europe) and “Increasing Member Value with Social Communities” (John Eikenberry, Centrepoint).

For the first time this year, nfp technology will also offer delegates the option of attending brand new sister event nfp events, which will run concurrently with nfp technology at the Business Design Centre, Islington.

Exhibition Director Michael Webb is passionate about the role new technology can play for charities and associations. “Technology can be a real tool in any not for profit organisation's armoury” he explains. “The right use of technology can maximise income, improve member relations, streamline operations behind the scenes and ultimately drive a better ROI. That's particularly important in the current challenging climate. But every organisation is different and it can be so easy to make the wrong choices. nfp technology gives delegates the chance to explore their specific needs and possible solutions face to face with suppliers – as well as to get up to date with advances in a fast paced industry. Crucially for busy executives facing tight budgets, this is a golden opportunity to get fully up to speed with what the future holds in a convenient one-day format and without any cost to your organisation”.

nfp technology takes place on the 25th September at the Business Design Centre, Islington. Delegates attend free and are encouraged to secure their place quickly by registering online at

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

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