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A Community Transforming Technology into Social Change
NTEN is the membership organization of nonprofit professionals who put technology to work for their causes. Our members share the common goal of helping nonprofits use all aspects of technology more effectively. We serve a diverse audience: not only nonprofits and individuals working to make the world a better place, but consultants, software vendors, service providers, and businesses looking to help other organizations further their missions. In our world, working together for the common good is the surest path to social change.
From partnering on a research project, to sponsoring or exhibiting at an event, there are many opportunities to become involved with NTEN. We'd love to have you support our work and share your knowledge and resources with the community--in fact, we wouldn't be able to do what we do without you!
Below, we've compiled a variety of sponsorship opportunities, but we're always open to creating a customized package for a single event to an entire year's worth of activities, so that you’re sure to find a sponsorship that meets your goals and fits your budget.
> Demo a Product
NTEN Member organizations can purchase spots in our popular line-up of webinars to deliver case studies, do product demos, or conduct user group research. These 60 minute sessions are easy to deliver and reach a very qualified audience. You provide the content, we provide the platform and the marketing.
> Sponsor the NTEN Connect e-Newsletter
Get your company's information out to over 34,000 nonprofit techies. We routinely see open rates above 20%, with an average 6% unique clicks per issue, so you know your ad will actually be seen.
> Advertise in NTEN: Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders
NTEN's quarterly digital publication for nonprofit leaders offers in-depth articles, case-studies, best practices, and leader profiles about nonprofit technology.
> Sponsor and Exhibit at the Largest Nonprofit Technology Conference
Our annual event, the Nonprofit Technology Conference, is the largest gathering of its kind. More than 2,100 attendees come together for three days of sessions, meetings, and fun.
> Sponsor our newest annual conference, the Leading Change Summit
Are you looking to connect with decision-makers and innovators in nonprofit organizations tackling important issues and leading major campaigns? Do you have data and research about the sector to share? Is your product or service designed with social impact in mind? LCS is an exclusive gathering for nonprofits staff leading teams and organizations that know there are different ways to tackles everything from daily tasks to changing our world.
> NTEN Labs
Labs are local, in-person, interactive events for shared learning. These day-long workshops give you the opportunity to connect with your peers to explore specific topics. Previous labs include NTEN Labs: Data-Informed Nonprofits and NTEN Labs: Impact Evaluation and Measurement.
About the NTEN Community
Community is what we're all about. We believe in the power of aggregation, and we know that connecting people with questions to those with the answers will benefit everybody over the long term. Because NTEN is a community-focused organization, we do ask that all sponsors, exhibitors, and partners join or renew their NTEN membership, as it provides a clear message to the members that you are dedicated to participating in this community alongside them.
We're a community of nonprofit staff, consultants, and vendors -- and the occasional independent idealist. While we may be diverse, we all have one thing in common: we all want to use technology to make the world a better place.
The NTEN Community is:
- Over 50,000 active participants
- Over 10,000 dues-paying members
- 37% of individuals play a leadership role in their organization
- 79% of organizations are nonprofits
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