Is your nonprofit looking for a unique learning opportunity? Well then, heads up guys as Netsquared has finally been launched in Manila, Philippines!
Through Netsquared, nonprofits, government organizations, funders and basically anyone who’s interested in using technology for good can now connect and learn from one another through regularly held casual meetups!
A unique learning opportunity
Looking to develop your nonprofit’s own regular newsletter? With a hefty experience of creating those under my belt, I’m pretty excited to give you a hand with yours!
To begin, you should know that newsletters can be a lot of work. Creating one would require you to regularly do these three things: gather content, draft a layout and then send it out. Sounds simple, right? Well, it’s supposed to be! But, let’s be honest, eventually it gets a bit tedious and time-consuming if you’re not using the right tools. But don't worry though, I'll help you sort that out through Mailchimp.
I’m happy to announce that our family has grown yet again! Based in our Indonesia partner’s (Kitabisa) office, it’s my pleasure to introduce you to Iqbal Hariadi, our new TechSoup Asia agent in Indonesia.
At only 22 years old (as of 2015), Iqbal is a fresh graduate from Universitas Indonesia with a degree in Biology. Though he dedicated his college years studying life sciences, Iqbal is just as passionate towards social entrepreneurship as well, and also, how creativity and social activism can be used to make a positive impact in communities.
Yet again, Facebook has proved how integral of a marketing tool it is through the release of a new function called Call-to-Action. Basically, it’s a button that allows like pages to be linked directly to a product, website, etc.
In line with this newly added tool, we’ll help you really make the most out of your like pages by exploring the various other tools that you may have missed! From tools to help you understand your audience up to those that can help you target specific people with your posts, here are some of your like pages’ functions that you should definitely try:
Malaysia and Vietnam, I’m happy to tell you that we now have local representatives to help out your local nonprofits! Without further ado, I’m happy to introduce you to Natrah (Malaysia) and Thang (Vietnam), my colleagues, and also, the newest members of the TechSoup Asia family!
Dang Viet Thang
Working on files while you’re on the run can be a big inconvenience. Let’s admit it, even just the idea of dragging your laptop around with you is already cringe-worthy enough. But, the fact of the matter is, working on-the-go really just can’t be avoided.
Thanks to Microsoft though, working on-the-go doesn’t have to be as awful as it used to be! With the ever handy Word, Excel and PowerPoint now available for mobiles, you can now work on your documents, spreadsheets and slideshows even with just your smartphones or tablets!
Is running to meetings crippling your daily productivity? This should no longer be the case now that we have mobile devices and apps. But, with the thousands of available apps out there, it’s now rather difficult to assess which ones are actually helpful.
After a good deal of looking (and testing), here are three helpful mobile apps that I think could help you accomplish a diverse range of things. From as simple as editing files or designs, up to as complicated as creating a website, here are three free mobile apps that I would suggest for you to try out!
This past October 30, Microsoft Indonesia along with TechSoup Asia made an effort towards helping nonprofits in Indonesia to better understand the Cloud, by holding an NGO Connection Day at the Pullman Hotel at Central Park, Jakarta.
Catering just over 50 delegates coming from various nonprofits in Indonesia, the NGO Connection Day held at Jakarta was purposively kept in a smaller scale – relative to most NGO Connection Days - to help encourage a more responsive dialogue between its attendees and speakers.
On October 1, 2014, over 30 delegates from our partner organizations from across Asia-Pacific all banded together in the Asian Development Bank office in Manila (Philippines) for the TechSoup APAC partners meeting.
The regional meeting was held for two particular purposes: to assess the impact we’ve made in the region during the previous financial year, and, to develop solutions to address the challenges we’ve encountered as well.
Last October 2 and 3, 2014, the Asian Institute of Management in Manila (Philippines) served as the stage for the 2-day seminar known as the Digital Summit for Development Strategies.