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Speed Geek 2012

Join us at Groundwire HQ for happy hour and a round of Speed Geeking. Cocktail in hand, you'll move from station to station hearing what happens when Groundwire's technology is released into the wild. (Well, into the social change community.)
When Apr 11, 2012
from 05:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Groundwire World Headquarters in Seattle
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Jonerdin us at Groundwire HQ for happy hour and a round of Speed Geeking.

Cocktail in hand, you'll move from station to station hearing what happens when Groundwire's technology is released into the wild.  (Well, into the social change community.)

These are not actors.  These are real people using Groundwire's technology and they're going to show you in only five minutes how they use that technology to achieve their missions. Totally inspiring.

There's no cost for attending, although we'll be asking people who feel the love to make a donation.

This is one of our most popular events of the year! Fills up fast--be sure to RSVP below to save a spot.

Need more info before committing yourself? Check out some video from last year's event.

Date | Wednesday, April 11th

Time | 5:30-7:30pm

Place | Groundwire World Headquarters, 1402 Third Ave, Suite 1000, Downtown Seattle

Who | Actual users of Groundwire technology and strategy, including:

  • Caroline Renard Adamyk, Technology & Arts Management Specialist, shows us how Kirkland Arts Center uses Auctions for Salesforce 
  • Need to collect online data and analyze it in Salesforce? You'll want to check out the Green Business Challenge online survey tool, built by Groundwire's own Evan Callahan
  • From grant reporting to consulting shops billing against a project, who hasn't struggled with time tracking? Ryan Foster will show you the nifty tool we built for Interaction Institute for Social Change
  • Show me the money! David Gorton at Washington Environmental Council and the basics of using Salesforce to support your fundraising program
  • Shefali Ranganathan at Transportation Choices Coalition shows you how they use Megaphone online petitions both at TCC and throughout their coalition
  • Online event management with Salesforce and Eventbrite, featuring Willow Russell from Social Venture Partners
  • Jon Stahl (remember him?) shows off Cook Inletkeeper's engagement superpower
  • Dogwood Initiative's Matt Takach demos the engagement pyramid they use to engage with their (massive) base of supporters

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