Media Trust are holding a high profile Conference on the future of mobile technology and how charities can make the best use of it in their work. The Conference is taking place on Thursday, March 28th 2013 at the iconic headquarters of Channel 4 and is being chaired by the Daily Telegraph’s Technology correspondent Matt Warman. You’ll find more here on our website.
The Conference will explore the mobile landscape, what the future of mobile will be and how charities and not-for-profit organisations can build it into their communications strategies to really engage more fully and directly with all their stakeholders.
The day will include several talks, a panel debate and workshops. Topics include:
Mobile Strategy – How does mobile fit into your communications strategy?
Campaigning – How using mobile can change the effectiveness of your campaign?
Innovative App – Why should I have a mobile app?
Fundraising – Does the use of mobile change fundraising as we know it?
Mobile Essentials – What you always wanted to know about mobile
Key note speakers:
Andrew Dunnett from the Vodafone Foundation
Bruce Daisley from Twitter
Laila Takeh from UNICEF
Paul Swaddle from PocketApp
Dan Calladine from Aegis
Nominet Trust‘s Head of Development Research, Dan Sutch
WWF UK’s Director of Public Fundraising, Dylan Parkes
ActionAid International‘s Global Engagement Manager, Tom Allen
Diabetes UK’s Digital Media Manager, Graeme Manuel-Jones
Macmillan Cancer Support’s Digital Project Manager, Andy Nash
Depaul UK’s Head of Donor Care and Community Fundraising, Tim Harford
Apps for Good‘s CEO, Iris Lapinski
Open Fundraising‘s Managing Director, Tim Longfoot
SKY (Tyne and Wear)‘s Associate Editor Simon Bucks