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TechSmart 2016 – Early bird discount available now


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The Technology Summit for the NFP Sector

Date: Wednesday 30 November 2016

Location: etc. venues, 8 Fenchurch Place, London EC3M 4PB

Are you evaluating the CRM, website, marketing automation and associated technologies marketplace? Not sure where to start? Let’s face it, there isn’t exactly a Which? magazine for CRM technologies.

You might be looking to:

  • develop your CRM and digital engagement strategy
  • be guided through the CRM/CMS solutions ‘minefield’
  • find out what a modern ‘digital engagement’ strategy looks like for you
  • find out how to enhance your CRM/CMS/marketing automation technologies
  • meet industry experts, find out more about best practice in the sector and what future holds

Book onto TechSmart – The Technology Summit for the NFP sector.   If you come with a colleague from your organisation you can now book two passes and save 10% on each

Why attend?

Featuring up to 30 exhibitors and speakers from the CRM and associated technologies marketplaceTechSmart is a must-attend event for board-level directors, senior managers, IT managers and decision makers with purchasing power.

TechSmart is a unique opportunity to hear from some of the most advanced and leading-edge suppliers who are bringing their technology solutions to the NFP Sector.

The Summit programme will include three educational strands focussing on the following topics:

  • CRM
  • CMS
  • Events and Integration
  • Emailing marketing and Social Media


Confirmed keynote speakers include:

Greg Williams of wiredmagazine will deliver the afternoon keynote speech on what’s new and what’s next in the technology sector, and will talk about how you can best prepare yourself for what’s coming.

  • Dominic Campbell, co-Director of Futuregovwill speak about good practice in digital procurement and what he is hoping to achieve in his role as Chair of the techUK’s first ever Local Public Services Board.

Free must-have reports for anyone considering a CRM project

  • Why do CRM projects succeed or fail? An in-depth sector research study
  • The “Definitive Guide” to Microsoft Dynamics
Register for your place now

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