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From Member-only events like chapter meetings, exclusive webinars and monthly calls, to public-facing webinars and our annual Global Summit!

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NETHOPE GLOBAL SUMMIT
The NetHope Global Summit provides the best of both worlds: an in-person experience with high-level interactive plenaries, in-depth solutions-focused sessions, opportunities for networking, exhibition, and spontaneous connection followed by a subsequent virtual gathering featuring Member-led sessions accessible across time zones, all fostering strong global cross-collaboration and innovation.

Summit attendees typically include nonprofit CEOs, chief information executives, senior-level IT experts, nonprofit professionals working in field offices and programs, private sector technologists and representatives from philanthropy and government. NetHope Member organizations represent 60+ leading global INGOs responsible for delivering 60% of all international non-governmental aid and collectively serving 1.6 billion people across 190 countries.

If you have any inquiries regarding attending our upcoming 2024 NetHope Global Summit, or sponsorship opportunities, please contact us.

Sign up for our mailing list, and don't miss out on upcoming NetHope Webinars. View the upcoming Webinars, Events, Chapter Meetings, Trainings, etc. on the NetHope Calendar.

Should you have a solution, a case study or story to tell, check out our webinar process below, and submit your ideas by using this form.


Webinar checklist

NetHope Solutions Center webinars can be open to the public or privately presented to NetHope Members only. Webinars enable corporate partners to share their solutions; NetHope Members to share case studies and best practices; and subject matter experts to present on solution-related topics. We do these as online Zoom webinars and follow the process described below.

1) Pick a suitable date & time

Webinars are scheduled on Tuesdays or Thursdays at 8AM PT | 11AM ET | 17:00 CET for maximum attendance across the globe. Sessions run for 60 minutes.

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2) Generate a session abstract, collect required materials, and buy-ins

Session abstracts should be submitted to NetHope no later than three weeks before the selected webinar date.

  • As a rule, co-presenting with a nonprofit or NGO is required: Learning about the effect digital technologies have on our sector is of utmost importance. Only when appropriate will exceptions may be made.
  • The abstract should stress how the topic is particularly relevant to the nonprofit community and their work in emergency response, humanitarian aid, economic development, conservation, etc.
  • Presentation of a case study is required for corporate partners who co-present with nonprofits involved in global development, humanitarian work or conservation.    

Required materials from presenters:

  • Buy-in from the Communications team(s) of the Presenting organization(s) that marketing and promotions of the webinar will take place through social media channels and/or mailing lists.
  • Session abstract/description (NOTE: Title of webinar cannot exceed 79 characters including spaces).
  • Graphic images and/or photographs with permission for use in promotional materials.
  • Profile pics of presenters (these will be thumbnail size in the invitations)

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3) Determine webinar target audience

A NetHope Solutions Center webinar can be open to the public or limited to a NetHope member audience only.

  • For public webinars, both NetHope internal member communications as well as external outreach will be sent to the entire NetHope Solutions Center mailing list. We will also encourage presenters to reach out to their own networks.
  • Should a presenter choose to hold a private NetHope member-only webinar, NetHope will facilitate all webinar invitations, and the listing on the NetHope Solutions Center will be restricted (viewable only by NetHope members).

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4) Send webinar invitation
  • A meeting invitation containing the session abstract/description and webinar connection details will be sent to NetHope member contacts and other NetHope Program Directors at least two weeks before the session. They in turn will forward the invitation to appropriate personnel based on the topic.
  • If the webinar is public, webinar details are posted to the NetHope Solutions Center webinar listings and presenters are encouraged to forward webinar details
  • The NetHope Solutions Center editorial team will also prepare and provide a package of marketing materials (including suggested social media messages and graphics) to help presenters and others promote the session.

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5) Prepare content for the webinar
  • Content for the webinar can be in the form of PowerPoint slides (no builds or animation please) and any demonstration desirable (even video can be accommodated).
  • We prefer to have this collateral available three days before the webinar for review and to use during the webinar practice session.

Optional attendee polls can be accommodated:

  • Please submit questions and multiple-choice answers three days ahead of the scheduled webinar.
  • The final poll will be tested in the webinar practice session.

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6) Webinar practice session

A webinar practice session will be scheduled a day or two before the webinar to make sure we do not run into any last-minute issues with audio or any of the presentation materials. All presenters and panelists will need to be available for this practice session. A calendar invitation will be sent to all attendees by the NetHope Program Director.

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7) During the webinar

The NetHope Program Director will act as the host for the webinar. The Program Director will welcome all attendees, review housekeeping rules and monitor the session for questions. We will defer to the presenter’s preference on the level of attendee interaction during the webinar: i.e., hold questions to the end or address them as they come up.

  • All webinar sessions will be recorded, and the recording will be uploaded to YouTube and embedded on the webinar landing page at the NetHope Solutions Center. Member-only webinars will be embedded securely from Box and require a NetHope Member login to view the recording.
  • A webinar satisfaction survey is offered to all attendees during the closing minutes of the webinar. Results are saved and will be provided to presenters after the webinar.
  • After concluding the webinar, the NetHope Program Director will generate a separate chat and Q&A log from the attendee interaction.

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8) After the webinar

The NetHope Program Director will generate a separate document containing chat and Q&A logs from the attendee interaction.

  • The Q&A document, webinar recording, and any materials presented will be posted to the NetHope Solutions Center. Member-only webinars will require a NetHope Member login to view the webinar landing page, posted resources, and recording.
  • Attendee data will be shared with presenters (number of attendees, names and organization names only) together with results of the webinar satisfaction survey.
  • Immediately following and about 2 weeks after the webinar, “In Case You Missed It” social media promotions will go out promoting the webinar recording, and any resources that were shared, including the presentation slides.
    • Presenters are encouraged to provide input as to any specific messaging they would like to see around this.
    • Any images (photography, appropriate graphics, etc.) that can be used as promotional materials can be forwarded for use by NetHope Solutions Center staff.

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9) Anytime

We strongly encourage presenters to consider providing content to the NetHope Solutions Center. Blog entries and/or case studies could be generated from existing collateral or authored specifically for publication. If content references how NetHope members have benefitted, the NetHope Solutions Center editorial team would be happy to help write the content.

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