Wednesday, April 11, 2012 – 5:30pm
Join us as we discuss the top web trends facing not-for-profit organizations and social enterprises over the next 12 months. Agentic’s Principal Phillip Djwa will focus on how you can get ahead of emerging issues like slactivism and social media overload in a 40-minute presentation.
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Phillip Djwa, President, Agentic Communications, has been working for more than 18 years as an entrepreneur in the high-technology industry. He’s worked on a wide range of technology and web-integrated communications projects in senior positions in telcos, high-tech start-ups and not-for-profits.
Since 2000, Phillip has led strategic and innovative online projects at Agentic Digital Media. As a boutique firm with 11 employees, Agentic was recently recognized as one of the top 100 fastest-growing companies in Vancouver. Its specialty is developing websites for social-change organizations, including not-for-profits organizations, Aboriginal groups, and government.
Phillip’s credentials as a creative technologist offer a unique blend of technologist, artistic insight and social scientist. His clients include the 2010 Cultural Olympiad (CODE), CBC, Ecotrust, the Province of BC, Canadian Tourism Commission, APTN, Granville Island, Coastal Jazz, CPRS, and many others.
|Date||Wednesday, April 11, 2012|
|5:30 pm||Registration and networking|
|6-7 pm||Presentation and questions|
|Parking||Parking is available under the hotel at a rate of $9.00 from 5-10 pm. Request a parking voucher at the CPRS registration desk outside the Pacific Room. Present it to the attendant when you leave the parking lot. The valet can assist with bicycle storage.|
Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver
645 Howe Street
Vancouver BC V6C 2Y9
|Cost||$15 for student members
$35 for members
$50 for non-members
Prices include HST – #85438 4484RT0001
|Registration||Register by Monday, April 9, 2012|