WEBINAR for Nonprofits: Prepare your organization for 2016

Complimentary Webinar for Nonprofits: How to Modernize Your Nonprofit in 2016

 

The new year is quickly approaching and your organization needs to be ready for what is to come. Join us for the much awaited webinar where top industry thought leaders give you the “must do list” to modernize your organization in 2016. Give your nonprofit a head start and equip its mission with the most powerful tools and resources available.
When: Wednesday December 16, 2015 @10am PST | 1pm EST
(Schedule conflict? Register and we will send you the podcast one week later.)What this webinar will teach you:

  • Technological Advancement and Adaption
  • Ensuring Corporate Sponsorships
  • Funding Structure and Diversification
  • Proven Business Strategies
  • Acquisition of Valuable Resources
  • Communication Requirements of 2016
  • Database Infrastructure Strategies
  • Skirting the Challenges of a Lean Budget

Your registration is also a chance to WIN: Attend and give your organization a chance to win the spot for the “Featured Nonprofit of the week” on our website.

Learn more about UniVoIP: www.univoip.com
UniVoIP’s Nonprofit Donation Program: www.univoip.com/nonprofit
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