28 Apr 2010

Empowering the Charitable Sector with Interactive Technology – 27 May 2010

 kn_seminarsBlimey, it’s all go in May isn’t it – May seems to be Mobile Month. So many great events on including our own! And here’s another one for you.

This one is all about harnessing the power of social media and interactive platforms (with a strong emphasis on mobile) in order to deliver successful and cost-effective revenue generation and social engagement campaigns for the charity and not for profit sector. Sounds entirely relevant to me.

In an increasingly ‘connected’ world, interactive platforms such as the web, TV, mobile and social media can offer the charitable sector opportunities to drive higher revenue generation and public engagement at lower costs.

This event looks at the key areas that charities should be focusing on in order to maximize their fundraising activities and get the most out of their investment in digital platforms.

Learn, Network, and Share ideas with leading charitable organisations and their technology service partners at this AIME-led Knowledge & Networking one day event held at the Paddington Hilton Hotel, London May 27th, chaired by Andrew Darling, Mobile Industry Consultant & Communications Director for AIME. There will be case studies galore, including Comic Relief/Sports Relief, Save the Children, Unicef, Leonard Cheshire Disability Organisation, World Society for the Protection of Animals, Just Giving Organisation and DEC.

So if you are in the charity sector, have clients in the charity sector or just have an interest in the sector, then this one-day event from AIME on Thursday 27 May might just be up your street.

Mobile Monday London members can take advantage of the AIME members rate of £75 + VAT *only up until 14th May*. To claim the discount, please call Bianca Saccu on 08445 828 828 before 14th May 2010 and quote ‘MoMoLo’. Normal price is £99 + VAT.

You can see the full line-up of speakers and the agenda at the AIME website.