GiveSignup | RunSignup opens registration for 2022 Winter Symposium

GiveSignup | RunSignup, the leading technology provider for fundraising and endurance events in the US, has opened registration for their upcoming Winter Symposium to be held in Orlando, FL January 25-26, 2022. The Symposium is an opportunity for race timers, race directors, and nonprofits to invest in their education and connect with their peers in person after a challenging two years.

The GiveSignup | RunSignup Symposiums offer three intersecting tracks focused on RunSignup tools for race directors, the RaceDay Technology Suite for timers, and GiveSignup for nonprofits. Attendees can pick a track or create a fully customized schedule of the sessions from across tracks. Session topics will include marketing trends, business strategies, technology for fundraising and endurance events, and methods to raise more revenue year-round.

Education at the Symposium goes beyond traditional classroom learning, with hands-on training opportunities throughout. The event includes a fun 5K run/walk with a live demonstration of the technology, tools, and best practices required to create better endurance events, as well as a flexible Demo Room for one-on-one assistance with tools from all the GiveSignup | RunSignup products. Additionally, the Symposium emphasizes the value of networking and peer collaboration, with open spaces and casual environments for every evening social event and conference meal.

GiveSignup | RunSignup Founder and CEO Bob Bickel said, “Like many of our customers, we were grateful to be able to pivot to virtual over the last year and continue providing training from behind the computer screen. But we are incredibly excited to see people in person again and catch up on all their successes and challenges. More than ever before, this Symposium will be an opportunity to take stock in shifts and trends in endurance and fundraising events, strategize plans for the future, and catch up on all the new technology that event organizers need to grow and thrive 2022.”

Early Bird registration for the Symposium is now open. For more information or to sign up today, visit: https://runsignup.com/wintersymposium

About GiveSignup | RunSignup

GiveSignup | RunSignup is the fundraising event platform leader delivering the art of technology to nonprofit organizations. Over 10,000 nonprofits, supporting more than 25,000 events, use our free and open platform to raise more than $1 billion, grow their events, and save time. This purpose-built platform gives nonprofits the technology needed to generate revenue and engage supporters. Our expertly crafted, open and all-in-one solution powers nonprofit revenue generation and supporter engagement with everything from ticketing and registration to donations and fundraising. No subscriptions, no plans, no monthly fees.

To find out why customers like American Cancer Society, AACR, IRIS and Semper Fi Fund use GiveSignup | RunSignup, visit www.runsignup.com or www.givesignup.org.

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