From social media to mobile apps to online donations, technology has made its way into everyday life and it is affecting how nonprofits do business. With technology moving so fast, how do you possibly keep up with all the new trends and latest information?
Friday, September 20, 2013
9:00 to 11:00 AM
Rollin College, Bush Executive Center, Room 207 (Main Campus)
SunTrust Parking Garage
East Lyman Avenue
Winter Park, Florida 32789
Online registration is closed.
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Sponsored by Chase
From social media to mobile apps to online
donations, technology has made its way into everyday life and it is affecting how
nonprofits do business. With technology moving so fast, how do you possibly
keep up with all the new trends and latest information? Allen Kupetz is one of
the foremost authorities on innovation, technology, and social media marketing.
He will provide nonprofit attendees with an overview of the biggest shifts in
the way business is being done and how nonprofits can use new technologies to
is the author of the Future of Less
and was a previous speaker at TEDx Orlando. His valuable insights into trends
in social media and technology will provide attendees with ideas on how to use
these new tools and trends to benefit their organization. Everything from
mobile donations to social media is changing how nonprofits do business and
it’s important to keep up to date with the latest information about reaching
donors, potential board members and the people served by the organization.
many new advancements in technology made every day, how do you know which ones
are sustainable trends, and which ones are fads? Allen’s practical approach to
business and technology will provide valuable information to implement at your
Tuition: $45 Members, $80 Non-members
Allen H. Kupetz is a recognized
thought leader on the impact of technology on individuals, organizations, and
corporations. He is the president of Kpartnerz, Inc., an international
management consulting firm, and Executive-in-Residence at the Crummer Graduate
School of Business at Rollins College. Allen’s dynamic, high-energy
presentation style is certain to entertain and inform.