The 17NTC, the hub for non-profit professionals

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  • Nonprofit Technology Network Logo. Image: NTEN
    Nonprofit Technology Network Logo. Image: NTEN.
  • 16NTC, from last year. Photo: Laura Norvig, Twitter
    16NTC, from last year. Photo: Laura Norvig, Twitter.

The Non-Profit Technology Conference assembles over 2,000 of the best and brightest professionals from around the world.  

The Non-Profit Technology Conference (NTC) is the non-profit sector’s signature technology event. Assembling over 2.000 of the best non-profit professionals from around the world, participants collaborate, innovate and discover new ways to spark change with technology in Washington DC. With over 100 sessions exploring technologies, best strategies and pressing issues and with a show hall highlighting the latest non-profit products and services, the 17NTC is an event that has become very important in the last few years.

This event might help professionals working on the non-profit field to find the strategies, tactics and tools they need to meet their missions. The 17NTC is going to be held from the 23rd until the 25th of March 2017. Among many issues participants are going to discuss about, we can underline some of them such as: IT, fundraising, leadership, marketing or communications. Sessions can go from what smaller NGOs can do to raise more money online to how to make the website of your social project more accessible. If you want to know more about the programme, you can always visit the following site.

In the event, they have non-profit technology and social change sponsors. Their support enables 17NTC to keep tickets prices as low as possible, and some of them are Microsoft, PayPal, MailChimp, Engagin Networks, See3, ActBlue, Cornershop or ThinkShout. The conference will be held at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park.


How to get registered?

The 17NTC is produced by NTEN, the Nonprofit Technology Network, the membership organization of nonprofit technology professionals. To get registered, there are three types of registrations: Early Bird -which is already sold out-, Regular -until the 2/28/17- and late -from the 3/1 to the 3/23/2017-. Getting registered gives full access to all conference sessions. Lunch and receptions are also included and it also gives access to the conference platform, including speaker/attendee directory, sponsor materials and community discussions. If you ever want to get registered, you can do it here.

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