It’s the last day of the 2010 NTEN Nonprofit Technology
Conference and it has been a great conference so far. There were a lot of fantastic sessions yesterday and things continue today with even more.
NTEN NTC continues this morning with a Plenary by Asi Burak, Executive Producer of Games for Change.
continue today and here are two of the Blackbaud featured presentations:
Event Fundraising Solution—Friends Asking Friends and the American
Heart Association Start! Heart Walk
Saturday, April 10, 10:30 a.m., Chestnut Room — M3
Blackbaud’s Mark Davis will
highlight continued advances to Blackbaud’s online event fundraising
solution, Friends Asking Friends, by showcasing a recently completed
project with the American Heart Association.
Benchmarks and Metrics
Saturday, April 10, 1:30 p.m., Room Dogwood A — M1
This session, led by Blackbaud’s Steve
MacLaughlin, will explore common benchmarks for how nonprofit
organizations should be performing compared to other organizations when
it comes to online fundraising. This session will cover common online
fundraising metrics, benchmarks, and how to set goals to improve future
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@replying with a response tagged #10NTC to the daily subject that will
be posted each morning at 9 a.m. ET.