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Michael Spinosa of Unleashed Technologies discusses progressive web apps for nonprofit organizations, creating the power of an app with the benefits of web-based information.
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Charities Review Council executive director Kris Kewitsch discusses the merger of the Foundation Center and Guidestar to become Candid.org.
Melissa Johnson of Merchant Maverick discusses mobile payment processing for nonprofits, including apps, contactless payments, and traditional card processing.
Kari Aanestad of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits talks about the impact of the changes in how many taxpayers may itemize in 2019 on charitable giving in 2018.
Rebecca Masisak, CEO of TechSoup, talks about the growth of their tech donation services and adding the capital to grow their mission.
Dr. Una Osili of the Lilly School of Philanthropy talks about "testimony" - or the use of social capital - as a way of giving added with time, treasure and talent.
In the Heart of the Beast sets an example for transparent communication in a difficult message. Corrie Zoll talks about strategy and decision points for communications.
Sage Intacct for Nonprofits shares information about changes to accounting standards effecting charities in their reporting.
Dan Schoenfeld of Fluxx Labs talks about Grantseeker, a grants management product to help nonprofit organizations stay on top of grant deadlines, reporting and more.
Dr. Angel Diaz of IBM discusses Call for Code, a worldwide, multi-year initiative that inspires developers to solve pressing global problems with sustainable software solutions.