Blog / EVENT WATCH: NTC Breaks New Barriers Across Nonprofits & Tech Topics  

EVENT WATCH: NTC Breaks New Barriers Across Nonprofits & Tech

We’ve noticed a trend in the past few weeks….Washington D.C. has been KILLING IT with can’t-miss conferences and tradeshows covering the digital landscape. But if there’s one sector that identifies Washington D.C. more than any other, it’s the world of nonprofit organizations. As the city of politics and ideation, D.C. eats, lives, and breathes nonprofit advocacy.

From today until this Saturday, our nation’s capital (and Zoomph home base) will showcase the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) at the Washington Marriot Wardman Park hotel. This signature, three-day gathering, hosted by the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), will bring together nonprofit professionals from around the world to collaborate, innovate, and maximize impact across the nonprofit sector.

Given that Zoomph has already partnered with hundreds of nonprofits to help them expand their messaging scope, of course we’re going to be in attendance (in fact, we’re already here! Come see us at booth #1211 and say hi!) Throughout the next three days, we’ll be showcasing Twitter Walls, Event Displays, and Social Hubs that will be collecting, ranking, streaming, and even gamifying your social media content. Let the engagement begin!

03-13-14Blog-Medium-Graphic

When it comes to growth in the realm of nonprofit and advocacy, we can’t overstate this event’s importance. Due to post-recession donation struggles, a recent study by the Nonprofit Finance Fund stated that 42% of its nonprofit respondents didn’t have the finances to be effective, and 39% planned to change the main ways they raise and spend money in 2014.

The takeaway is loud and clear: new technologies are needed to make the nonprofit sector more efficient, cost-effective, and profitable. And that’s exactly what NTC plans to do.

So if you haven’t signed up to attend NTC this year, do yourself a service and register today.  But, even if you can’t attend, make sure to remain a part of the conversation by monitoring and Tweeting #14NTC. See you there fellow nonprofit & tech junkies!

Topics:
WP_Term Object ( [term_id] => 727 [name] => Social Media for Events Management [slug] => events-management [term_group] => 0 [term_taxonomy_id] => 728 [taxonomy] => roles [description] => Recipes for cooking up the best events in town. Discover how to better prepare, initiate, and follow-up after an event using social media targeting and interactive tools. [parent] => 0 [count] => 33 [filter] => raw )
Events Management
WP_Term Object ( [term_id] => 730 [name] => Social Media Engagement Resources [slug] => social-media-engagement-resources [term_group] => 0 [term_taxonomy_id] => 731 [taxonomy] => capabilities [description] => Articles about how social media engagement can help inspire and increase meaningful connections between your audience and your brand. [parent] => 0 [count] => 62 [filter] => raw )
Activation & Engagement

Subscribe to Zoomph's Newsletter

How Leagues Can Drive Change: Social Analysis of “My Cause My Cleats”

December 06, 2018

If you were one of the millions of fans that tuned into any of the NFL’s Week 13 games, you would’ve seen a field peppered with custom cleats of all different colors and styles. Over… Read More

How “The Match” Helped Golf Reach New Heights on Social Media

November 27, 2018

“The Match,” featuring a one-on-one faceoff between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson on pay-per-view, was a first of its kind. Streamed through Bleacher Report and BR Live, fans could follow through unique camera angles, mic'd… Read More

47 Essential Facts About Influencer Marketing [Infographic]

November 20, 2018

The rise of the influencer economy has changed the marketing game. Marketers are spending $255 million each month to have influencers promote their brands, swapping out traditional ad buys with expert-driven publicity. The below infographic… Read More

NFL’s Recent Gamble on Fortnite: Why It Was Worth It

November 14, 2018

Fortnite has been taking the world by storm over the last year. It’s currently the most popular game to stream on Twitch. And thanks to the ability to buy character customizations, which range from $2-$20… Read More

All Posts