Posts Tagged ‘conferences’

Lucy Bernholz, in her blog Philanthropy 2173, has listed our GPF conference as one of three still worth attending in this difficult economic climate.  She writes,

“GPF… is rooted in the pervasive global realities of our social economy. Donors, social investors, nonprofits, public agencies, multilateral organizations, social entrepreneurs, elected and appointed officials – these are the core participants at GPF. Their conversations about how to work together, partner across sectors, balance competing strengths, and reckon with cultural similarities and differences are fundamental characteristics of our times.”

The other two  conferences named are NetSquared and N2Y4.  As we gear up for the next GPF conference beginning in just two days, it is energizing to see such positive feedback.

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