Capacity Building Event

How to Bring Your Live or In-Person Events Online

Presented by: TechSoup

Are you facing the possibility of having to cancel or postpone your next forum or fundraising event? We’ve got you covered.

Joe DiGiovanni and Kyle Barkins, co-founders of the marketing and technology agency, Tapp Network, will walk you through the process of migrating your in-person event online. From communications strategies to choosing the right technology, Joe and Kyle will present on how to use what you’ve already created, and what needs to be done to make a successful virtual event.

Attendees will walk away knowing:

  • The best communications strategy to inform and engage your attendees and presenters
  • What technology you’ll need to execute a successful virtual event and fundraiser
  • Maximize your ROI and keep the momentum going for the rest of 2020

Speakers

Kyle Barkins, Tapp Network

Kyle Barkins is Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer/Wearer of many hats at Tapp Network, a leading mission-driven marketing and technology agency. At Tapp, he has been responsible for the strategy, development, and execution of the marketing campaigns for organizations of all sizes. Kyle is obsessed with using technology and data to optimize end-user experiences which provide positive outcomes for the organizations he works with.

Joe DiGiovanni, Tapp Network

Joe DiGiovanni is the Co-Founder of TappNetwork.com. Joe and his team are dedicated to supporting purpose-driven organizations through innovative website development and marketing technology solutions. Joe's background includes Mergers and Acquisitions with WPP to developing marketing campaigns and strategies for Oprah Winfrey, Lycos, Athena Health, EBay International, Johnson and Johnson, Pepsi Wellness, and AARP.

Date/Time: Thursday, April 9, 2020 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: Webinar

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