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Register now for Soapbox User Summit and Pre-Summit Day of Training, May 5th – 6th: Early bird pricing through March 14th!

Pre-Summit Day of Training Monday, May 5th 9 am – 4:30 pm Washington, DC – location TBA Register today!

Soapbox User Summit Tuesday, May 6th 9:30 am – 5:30 pm Washington, DC – location TBA Register today for early bird pricing!

2013 Soapbox User Summit

Longing for some Soapbox knowledge and inspiration to achieve great things with your website? Wrestling through nagging nightmares that your site could be doing so much more to further your mission? Hungry for Salesforce wisdom? Want to get the lowdown on new features slated for Soapbox? Just want to hang out with friendly PICnetters, fellow Soapbox users, and get a free penguin?

Join us for the third annual Soapbox User Summit on Tuesday, May 6th, 2013 in Washington, DC! Read more »

 

Salesforce Basics webinar for non-profit accidental techies by Idealist Consulting: January 22nd – 23rd

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to figure out how to get more from Salesforce.com for your non-profit? You’re in luck!

ic-logo-final-200The knowledgable and friendly folks at Soapbox Engage Partner Idealist Consulting are presenting a two-part webinar series, “Salesforce Basics for the Accidental Admin”. It’s an ideal way to fast-track your knowledge of the Nonprofit Starter Pack!

And at $85, it’s a tasty price for a scumptious bounty of Salesforce learning!

The next offering is January 22-23 with offerings each quarter throughout 2014. Get your spot here: http://idealistconsulting.com/webinar.

 

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Join the PICnet holiday party tomorrow at 6 pm!

As the holiday season is upon us, we want to take this time to celebrate with our wonderful clients and friends.

That’s why we’re having a little holiday happy hour on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 beginning at 6:00 pm. We hope you can join us at our PICnet DC offices at 1605 Connecticut Ave., NW 3rd Floor, for some holiday cheer, snacks, and drinks. We’re looking forward to seeing you there, but please make sure you RSVP so we have enough for everyone. If you can’t make it, PICnet wishes you a great holiday season and Happy New Year!

 

#GivingTuesday shout out to clients and friends rocking the world for social good

As folks all around the nation participate in what has become an annual tradition in #GivingTuesday, we wanted to highlight some great friends and clients doing wonderful work in the world.

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Photo credit: #GivingTuesday

Check out the latest Tweets from some of those clients and friends and learn how you can help them in their efforts. Read more »

 

Free lunch and success strategies with Salesforce Foundation tomorrow in DC

If you’re a nonprofit in D.C., the Salesforce.com Foundation wants to buy you lunch.

The Salesforce.com Foundation Luncheon takes place tomorrow from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm at the Washington Convention Center. It’s designed to foster collaborative discussions among nonprofits about best practices for using the platform, how you can use it to better connect with constituents and clients, and how you can supercharge your mission to foster social good.

The luncheon is part of the day-long Customer Company Tour Washington, DC by Salesforce.com. Register for the luncheon here. You can register for the full event here.

We’ll be in attendance and excited to contribute to the conversation of how Salesforce.com can make your organization more efficient and effective.

See you there!

 

Memories of 2012 inaugural Soapbox User Summit

Can you believe it? It’s been one year since we had our inaugural Soapbox User Summit, but I still remember April 19, 2012 like it was yesterday. We had all the PICnetters together from near and far. We had Gunner from Aspiration Tech facilitate and clients attend from DC, Maryland, Connecticut, and New York.  

We voted on our own session ideas, broke out into small groups, mingled with the Support Department at PICnet, had a gorgeous location and beautiful weather, and got to learn from accidental techies about their successes and struggles with technology for their own organizations.

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It was certainly a productive, worthwhile way to spend a day in Washington, DC. Read more »

 

Don’t miss the Soapbox User Summit next Wednesday, May 8th!

Soapbox User Summit
Wednesday, May 8th
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Register today!

We’ve shared our Top 5 Reasons to attend. We’ve quoted glowing recommendations from last year’s attendees. We’ve expressed how getting together with other Soapbox users and PICnetters can supercharge your organization’s mission, raise more money, and reduce expenses.

Now the only thing remaining is for you to sign up and join us!

Take the leap! Register today to join us next Wednesday, May 8th!

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Spring is in the Air! So we’re celebrating with an outdoor NTEN Happy Hour!

I can not think of a better way to celebrate spring’s arrival in DC than with a happy hour with my favorite non-profit techies.

Please join members of NTEN and NetSquared DC on Thursday, April 25 from 6 – 8 pm at Local 16. We’ll be recapping NTC 2013 and will have plenty of time for networking.

Be sure to save your spot!

 

Top 5 Reasons to attend Soapbox User Summit: Reason #1

Soapbox User Summit
Wednesday, May 8th
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
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We’re just under three weeks away from the second annual Soapbox User Summit on May 8th – and have reached the first and final reason in our countdown of the Top 5 Reasons Soapbox users should register and attend.

Reason #1: Nothing beats face-to-face with the Soapbox community to empower your organization

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Top 5 Reasons to attend Soapbox User Summit: Reason #2

Soapbox User Summit
Wednesday, May 8th
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
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The weather’s heating up as if in expectation of the second annual Soapbox User Summit on May 8th! We’ve got just two remaining in our countdown of the Top 5 Reasons Soapbox users should register and attend.

Reason #2: Raise more money and reduce expenses

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