NetXtra invite you to join us at
The Technology Summit for the NFP Sector
On Wednesday 30 November 2016
At 8 Fenchurch Place, London EC3M 4PB
NetXtra customers can get 10% off the early bird delegate rate of £199 by using promo code: NetXtraCustomerCode
These savings increase to 15% off when booking their already discounted rate for two early bird places with promo code: NetXtra2CustomerCode*
(* Please note that this offer is only available until 23:59 on 30th September.)
Join us at TechSmart – The Technology Summit for the NFP sector for;
advice on developing your CRM and digital engagement strategy
guidance through the CRM/CMS solutions ‘minefield’
exploration of what a modern ‘digital engagement’ strategy looks like for you
an insight on how to enhance your CRM/CMS/marketing automation technologies
the opportunity to meet industry experts, find out more about best practice in the sector and what future holds
Featuring up to 30 exhibitors and speakers from the CRM and associated technologies marketplace, TechSmart is a must-attend event for board-level directors, senior managers, IT managers and decision makers with purchasing power.
TechSmart is a unique opportunity to hear from some of the most advanced and leading-edge suppliers who are bringing their technology solutions to the NFP Sector.
The Summit programme will include three educational strands focusing on the following topics:
- Future Tech and Innovation
- 'Best of Breed' vs 'One-Size-Fits-All'
The programme also includes a number of other exciting activities that delegates can participate in, including Speed Networking, Supplier 'Lightning Talks', Media and In-depth Roundtable Discussions.
Confirmed keynote speakers include:
Greg Williams of Wired magazine who will deliver the afternoon keynote speech on what’s new and what’s next in the technology sector, and talk about how you can best prepare yourself for what’s coming.
Dominic Campbell, co-Director of Futuregov, will speak about good practice in digital procurement and what he is hoping to achieve in his role as Chair of the techUK’s first ever Local Public Services Board.