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Causes: Social Web and Nonprofits FREE & open to the public

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Causes: Social Web and Nonprofits FREE & open to the public

Time: July 13, 2010 from 8am to 9:30am
Location: Chamber of Commerce Board Room
Street: 900 Chapel Street 10th Floor
City/Town: New Haven, CT
Website or Map: http://socialwebct.com
Event Type: case, study, presentation
Organized By: Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce - Nonprofit Council
Latest Activity: Jun 24, 2010

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Show me the money - or the cause! How does the social web drive results for nonprofit initiatives, be it raising awareness, members, or funds? Join the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce (GNHCC) Nonprofit Council in this 90- minute quest for more answers, less hype.

Case studies presented by:
* Ripple100 The Micromarketing App | Agency - using an Advocacy campaign to increase the New Haven Symphony Orchestra's annual subscriber base by 20% to 30%.
* Think Creative Group - using Kitchen Zinc social media campaign to increase sales and share of conversation for Zinc Restaurant.
* SheSoSocial - using social web and ood old fashioned lemonade stand to help Clair'e Cornercopia raise funds for cancer treatment.

BONUS: literally throw your calling card into our hat after each presentation; if your card gets chosen, the presenter will give you 3 solid hours of free help with your efforts in the social web space.

Networking opportunities before and after the presentation.

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Comment by Todd Foster on June 18, 2010 at 10:01am
Meanwhile, if you vote for us, I'll vote for you!

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