Our prototype event was heled on Friday 27th Feb 2009 – many thanks to the panel for taking the time to share their knowledge and insights, and MDDA for hosting us. And of course, thanks to attendees from the charities, non-profits and volunteer organisations who came along to participate.
We’re carrying on the discussion in a FaceBook group; feel free to join us
North West technology experts waive fees to offer ‘micro-consultancy’ session for Decision Makers in the North West’s voluntary sector.
‘Speak to a Geek’, 2pm – 4pm, 27th February 2009 Manchester City Centre
If you’re making decisions about how the internet can enhance your non profit organisation’s capability, we’d like to invite you to a panel session of North West IT professionals who will be running open ‘micro consultancy’ sessions with your peers from the North West’s voluntary sector.
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The first prototype event, ‘Speak to a Geek’, will be held on the afternoon of Friday 27th February 2009 at Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA)’s meeting space in Portland Street, Manchester.
For two hours, the expert panel will host 20 minute ‘micro-consultancies’; candid insights and expertise in response to audience questions and challenges.
It’s your opportunity to get useful answers and insights about internet strategies from a panel of professional tech industry experts.
The panel have years of commercial and voluntary sector experience in areas that are highly useful to a voluntary sector organisation, and will be waiving their usual fee for this session.