Work Out Loud rings changes at the NCVO Evolve Conference

Posted by:


On Monday 16th June, Work Out Loud will be exhibiting at the NCVO Evolve Conference. You can find out more about how social software can help transform your organisation by visiting our stand in the Charity and Social Enterprise Zone. Our staff will be on hand to talk to you about how social software can improve communications and collaboration within your organisation, and make it much easier to work with partner organisation.

This year, Work Out Loud will be hosting a Fringe event on “Time for your charity to ‘Go Google’?” at 16:00 in the Melville Room.

We will discuss how using Google Apps could help your charity to cut costs, improve communications and productivity, and put you in a position to harness the power of social software. Find out why the voluntary sector should consider following the five million businesses – including 40% of FTSE 100 companies – that have now made the choice to ‘go Google’.

“Our many years of experience of working in IT in the voluntary sector have convinced us that many charities could see huge benefits by moving to Google Apps,” said Danny Golding, Director of Work Out Loud. “We’re excited to have an opportunity to explain why using Google Apps and other social software tools could make a real difference to the sector.”

More details about our Fringe Meeting can be found on the Evolve website []. The event is free, but tickets for this event have nearly all been allocated so you should book in advance if you want a place.

What is Evolve?
Evolve is one of the most defining annual events in the voluntary sector, and allows the opportunity for those within the not-for-profit sector to connect with colleagues and suppliers able to improve the ways in which they operate through shared learning, enhanced working practices and stronger strategies. Running alongside the Evolve 2014 conference are a number of free-to-attend Fringe events hosted by different suppliers to stimulate thought and redefine working practices within the charity sector.


Add a Comment