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bbcon 2019 virtual passWatch bbcon 2019 sessions when and where you want!

You can now experience the bbcon 2019 sessions on-demand. Purchase a virtual pass ($200+GST) and get access to all recorded conference sessions. You can watch the videos at any time, as many times as you like, from wherever you like.

The virtual pass is for everyone in the social good industry who wants to get inspired by today’s trends and tomorrow’s tech innovations. Expand your vision and get inspired by fresh new ideas and content. You’ll walk away with concrete ideas and strategies about how best to move your mission forward.

I was blown away by the quality of the content and the speakers. I learnt a lot and took away insights and information that I will implement in my work.

What's Included?

When you purchase the bbcon Virtual Pass ($200+GST), you receive the following:

  • 24 hours of premium content: 32 sessions, including the inspirational opening keynote by Tania de Jong.
  • On-demand videos: Watch the conference sessions at any time, as many times as you like, from wherever you like.
  • Unlimited access: The videos are available until September 2020.
  • Multiple platforms: View the videos on your desktop, laptop, tablet, phone, or TV!
  • We’ll email you exclusive access instructions to the content.

Included Sessions:

Opening Keynote

  • Tania de Jong, Singer, Speaker and Social Entrepreneur

Strategies for Success

  • Ten Steps to Creating a Brilliant Gift in Wills Marketing Plan
    Marcus Blease, Donor Republic
  • Panel Session: Major Community Events
    David Pretorius, CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Trust & Alice Smith, National Breast Cancer Foundation & Evan Jackson, Black Dog Institute
  • Building and Sustaining a Grants Program
    Jo Garner, Strategic Grants 

High Impact Fundraising

  • Breaking Down the Silos for Better Supporter Engagement and Fundraising
    Jeremy Bennett, BigFoot Fundraising
  • When You’re the Youngest in the Room: Being a Millennial in Fundraising
    Jemma Balmer, Ronald McDonald House South Island
  • Major Donor Pipeline Success
    Tessa Irwin, Xponential Philanthropy
  • Social Media: How to Create ROI for NFPs
    George Hawwa, Attention Experts
  • How to Build a Successful Major Gifts Program
    Andrew Sabatino, Donor Republic
  • Panel Session: Collaborative Communities – How NFPs are Benefiting by Working Together
    Jennifer Webster, Bobby Goldsmith Foundation & Nathaniel Links, Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia & Claire McCarthy, The Prince’s Trust& Alison Covington, Good360

Data Masters

  • Hunting for Gold in your Prospect and Donor Data – Moving Beyond Analytics Buzz-words
    Alex Harding, Dataphoria
  • In Search of the Perfect Donor
    Cameron Glover, Interplast Australia & New Zealand
  • Future Proofing Your Data
    Nathaniel Links, Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
  • Partnerships: Commitment and Collaboration
    Alcuin Hacker, Engage & Experience & Ashley Rose, MonDial Telephone Fundraising & Sara Lefkovic, CARE Australia
  • Predictive Analytics: How to Boost Fundraising Returns with Propensity Modelling and Machine Learning
    Tim Paris, Dataro
  • Are Data Blind Spots Hurting Your Fundraising Effectiveness?
    Bailey Benzlé, Omatic

Innovate, Inspire & Lead

  • Sustaining the Sector Through Best-practice Fundraising
    Katherine Raskob, Fundraising Institute Australia
  • Driving Effective Change Through Purpose and Innovation
    Annabelle Chauncy, School for Life Foundation
  • Confessions of a CEO
    David Sexton, Variety – the Children’s Charity NSW/ACT
  • Unlocking the Secrets of Great Corporate Partnerships
    Abby Clemence, Infinity Sponsorship
  • Three Ways to Get Maximum Support From your Board
    Daniel Bernstein, FundraisingForce
  • MyMarathon Case Study: How to Launch a Virtual Peer-to-Peer Event – Steps to Success!
    Celeste Harrison & Bec Sandford, Blackbaud

Higher Education

  • Donor Acquisition – The Role of Predictive Analytics!
    Sue Birch, Global Philanthropic
  • Predictive Models: The Random Forest of Monte Carlo
    John Bird, University of Auckland & Julia Mills, Western Sydney University
  • International Fundraising on the Road and in Your Own Backyard
    Ivan Shin, UNSW & Joel Smith, University of Sydney
  • From Anzac to Vesak and all the Days in Between: Donor Stewardship in Asia Pacific
    Liza Boffen-Yordanov, Nanyang Technological University
  • UK Donor Research: Making it Easy to Deliver Experiences Your Donors Will Love!
    Holly Palmer, St Cuthbert’s College & Lee Durbin, Omni Insight
  • The Future of Raiser’s Edge NXT Roadmap
    Yang-Yang He & Michelle Jenkins, Blackbaud

CRM & Tech for Social Good

  • There’s a Tile for That!
    Stu Hawkins, Red Arc
  • At the Source: Holistically Tracking Monetary and Non-Monetary Engagement
    Alexander de Barros Santos, Amnesty International Australia & Sean Holland, Blackbaud
  • Upgrading from a Cabin to a Castle!
    Cheryl Pultz & Alex Lambermont, Australian Conservation Foundation
  • The Changing Fundraising Landscape – Starting A New Journey Through Artificial Intelligence
    Gus Quiroga, IBM Watson
  • AI, Chatbots & the Intersection Between Fundraising, Support and Automation: Where Does Artificial End and Intelligence Begin?
    Ben Pirrie, Rungopher

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