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What is NetSquared?
TechSoup’s network of #Tech4Good meetups
Elijah van der Giessen
October 9, 2017
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Look Familiar?
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Look Familiar?
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The Power of
Being in a Room Together
• 105 groups • 34 countries
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Free
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Community
Tech
Help
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Popular Topics
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Starting a New Group
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Source: Johns Hopkins University
Why Host a NetSquared Group?
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How We Can Help
1. Community – never start from scratch. Lots
of ideas to stea...
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Tuesday or Wednesday
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NetSquared Introduction Slides for NetSquared Amsterdam Launch Meeting

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Nonprofits are typically TERRIBLE at technology and digital marketing. Can you help? We're assembling a team of community leaders to host a monthly nonprofit technology meetup in Amsterdam.

I'm Eli and 'll be visiting from Vancouver Canada to see family... but while I'm in town I'd love to meet with you to talk about how we can create a NetSquared chapter in Amsterdam. There are 105 chapters in 34 countries, but nothing in Amsterdam....yet!

Join me to drink a beer and tell me more about the local #Tech4Good community.

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NetSquared Introduction Slides for NetSquared Amsterdam Launch Meeting

  1. 1. What is NetSquared? TechSoup’s network of #Tech4Good meetups Elijah van der Giessen October 9, 2017
  2. 2. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved2 Look Familiar?
  3. 3. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved3 Look Familiar?
  4. 4. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved4
  5. 5. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved5 The Power of Being in a Room Together
  6. 6. • 105 groups • 34 countries
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  8. 8. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved8
  9. 9. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved9
  10. 10. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved10
  11. 11. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved11
  12. 12. Free
  13. 13. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved13 Community
  14. 14. Tech Help
  15. 15. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved15
  16. 16. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved16 Popular Topics
  17. 17. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved17
  18. 18. Starting a New Group
  19. 19. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved19 Source: Johns Hopkins University Why Host a NetSquared Group?
  20. 20. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved20 How We Can Help 1. Community – never start from scratch. Lots of ideas to steal. 2. Meetup.com Subscription – a powerful tool for building and managing a community. 3. Cheerleaders – we’re here with ideas and we’ll gently poke you in the ribs if you get distracted.
  21. 21. . © TechSoup Global | All rights reserved21 • What is the best day of the week to host the event? Tuesday or Wednesday • What is the best time to host the event? 6-8 pm, 12-2 pm • How do we find interesting speakers? Attend Meetup events, connect with local nonprofits and tech companies • How do we find a space to host the event? See where other Meetups are hosting events, talk to local churches, libraries and universities • How do we promote our event? Social media on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin; post an announcement to active email lists and Meetup groups; ask presenters & group members to promote the event Frequently Asked Questions Source: Johns Hopkins University

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