NetSquared Camp has been rockin’ the Vancouver media world lately, thanks to Cecilia Lu, the Networking Ninja at Kiwano Marketing. With only one week left to launch of the first NetSquared Camp in Canada, Cecilia’s been busy coordinating media sponsors, writing articles, and tweeting up a storm about #n2camp.
Yesterday, the Ninja interviewed fellow organizer Eli van der Giessen to find out what’s so special about NetSquared Camp and why YOU should attend! Here’s a highlight:
How is NetSquared different from all the other events, unconferences, camps out there?
NetSquared Camp is unique from other technology and social media conferences because:
1. It is focused on serving the needs of nonprofits and social entrepreneurs.
2. It is focused on practical skill-building experiences led by peers in the sector.
Do I have to be a techie/non-profit?
Nope! NetSquared Camp is gathering together the tribe who want to support Vancouver non-profits. That includes marketers, writers, graphic designers, video producers, strategists, fundraisers, and strategists. NetSquared focuses on how technology can be used to deliver these various skills, but there’s no requirement that participants be a techie. (Designers, writers, and marketers produce work that is equally valuable no matter the medium.)
Read the entire interview here and if you haven’t yet, get your tickets now! See you all on Saturday August 14th!
Cecilia Lu is the founder and co-owner of Kiwano Marketing, a green marketing agency dedicated the development of sustainable businesses and practices. As the Networking Ninja, her passion is forging relationships through a mix of public relations and social media. Cecilia has worked primarily with startups and non-profits in the past, and is well-versed in taking a big idea and small budget to the next level. Her years of experience in the ever-growing social media field provide valuable expertise for small businesses in both the strategy and implementation stages. Get social: twitter, LinkedIn, FaceBook.
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