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Community Call: Your Perspectives on the Blackbaud and Convio Acquisition Announcement
On January 17th, the nonprofit, technology, and financial communities learned that Blackbaud was beginning the steps to acquire Convio, whose board had approved the purchase.
As an impartial player in the nonprofit technology community, and as the member organization for nonprofit technology professionals, we want to provide a safe forum for the NTEN community to discuss the concerns, opportunities, and questions that have been emerging in response to this announcement, which has the potential, in one commenter's words, to "reshape the nonprofit technology landscape."
Join NTEN's Executive Director, Holly Ross, who will moderate a round-table discussion from a panel of NTEN community members who represent different perspectives within the nonprofit technology community.
Bring your questions -- and your co-workers -- to participate in this NTEN Community Call.
Participants on the panel will include:
- Peter Campbell, IT Director, Earthjusice
- Robert Weiner, Robert L. Weiner Consulting
- Allen Gunn, Executive Director, Aspiration
- Rose de Fremery, Director of IT, American Jewish World Service
Please note that the panelists will not be representing their organizations in official capacities, and that the views expressed by the panelists do not necessarily represent the views of their organizations or of NTEN.
How's it Work?
This community call will be an online chat event where you will listen on the phone and simultaneously sign into a live chat.
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