Nonprofit Tech Trends for 2019

Where should nonprofits focus their attention in 2019?

Join us for a fast-paced evening of Ignite-style 5 minute mini-presentations on the trends, tools, and techniques charities should explore to create more impact.


+ Rob Cottingham @robcottingham – Trust as the killer app in the Age of Fake

+ Brady Josephson @bradyjosephson –
fundraising on third party platforms: Facebook donations; Third party processing and Donor Advised Funds (Chimp, Google, Facebook, etc.)

+ Kyle Thom, iATS Payments @iatspayments – Video and chat tools to advance your engagement cycle

+ Shoni Field @shonifield – Blurring of the lines between phone and online; Getting serious about digital lead generation

+ Jeff Harrison – AI and machine learning trends for nonprofits

+ Jessica Macleod @jess_macleod, Jelly Marketing @jellymarketing – How to effectively use Instagram Stories (how to make them more engaging, gamification with polls, etc.)

+ Matthew Pattinson, Lean Leap @mtpattinson – Uncovering Big Ideas That Matter With The Lean Canvas.

+ Daryl Hatton, Fundrazr @FundRazr – The market shift from major donations to micro-donations and from macro-projects to micro-projects

+ Ash Kumar, VanHack @AswinKumar @govanhack – Explore micro-communities in 2019. Mass social media is plateau-ing and private communities like Slack and Facebook groups are growing quickly.

+ Ashleigh Turner @sexwithashleigh – INTERACTIVE: what services/online tools you have found to simplify things

Hosted by @elivdg
Presented by @net2van
Venue partner HiVE Vancouver @hivevancouver

@iatspayments @EventChain_io @VCN_Community @techsoupcanada @NTENorg

Unfortunately the HiVE is not wheelchair accessible. Yet! A solution is coming soon.