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‘Tech For Good Day’ 2016 Registration

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By Our Reporter

Technology is a powerful tool. Technology can transform nonprofits, helping them to work smarter and achieve more. However, for many nonprofit professionals, technology is a source of confusion and frustration. Technology for Good Day is focused on harnessing the technology strength and skill of non-profit employees to develop solutions that benefit the social sector.

Tech 4 Good Day is only open to local nonprofits and socially responsible businesses. There is an application process involved and only selected organizations would be sent an invitation. The invitation is non-transferable.

T4G day (previously known as NGO Connection Day) over the past 7 years has been a training, networking and information-sharing event for non-profit organizations. It is focused on helping NGOs adopt Microsoft Technology, use social media effectively, understand digital security, research tools and report publishing, as well as web/blog development

Who should apply?

  • Decision Makers of Non-profits such as Executive Directors, Chief Operating Officers, Heads of IT and other decision makers.
  • Employees focusing on IT

Date: Wednesday 11 May, 2016

Venue: Lagos

Registration closes 3:59pm on Wednesday 6 April, 2016

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