ICT Hub plays away at Arsenal
The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Hub is holding its second annual conference for the voluntary sector on Wednesday, 28th March at the Emirates Stadium* in London.
Whilst recognising that people’s skills and knowledge vary, the ICT Hub nevertheless expects this one-day conference will:
- Encourage delegates to think about the bigger picture;
- Provide useful tips and suggestions;
- Point delegates in the right direction for help;
- Look at funding and managing ICT budgets; and
- Even help with income generation!
This conference is aimed at small and medium-sized organisations that provide direct services but need some encouragement and guidance in their technology use.
The day is split into presentations and workshops: the latter are designed for differing levels of ICT knowledge. For full details look at the conference programme.
The conference will end with a drinks reception, followed by presentations to the winners of the ICT Hub National Awards.
As this item goes to press, the ICT Hub’s home page is still advertising that limited places are still available. As you only have a day, hurry up and book if you fancy going.
Bristol Wireless will be heading there with 3 envoys – Rich, Sam and Mike – to help fly the flag of free software. Back at the lab we’ve spent the last fortnight preparing our literature and goodies. A report of the event will follow later this week.
* “Terror incognita” to Spurs fans! Ed.😉
I understand the BW delegates received quite a bit of Arsenal memorabilia for attending; can I suggest a bonfire when they return to Bristol?