Benevity CEO to Speak at the Charities@Work Employee Engagement Conference
Benevity CEO will Participate in a Technology Panel to Discuss Trends and Innovations in Technology for Workplace Giving, Volunteering and Employee Engagement & Implications for Companies
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) April 4, 2011 - The 10th Annual Charities@Work Annual Conference on Best Practices in Employee Giving and Engagement will take place this week, from April 5-7 in Chicago. Bryan de Lottvinville, CEO and Founder of Benevity (www.benevity.org), will speak and participate in a panel discussion on Trends in Technology for Engaging Employees. Bryan will discuss technology trends, best practices and new approaches for employee giving and volunteering and share some ideas for companies to consider to enhance their workplace giving programs.
Bryan and his fellow panelists, Kevin Nemetz, CEO and Founder, Tix4Cause, and Andy Mercy, CEO and Founder, AngelPoints, will each present their perspectives on new technology for engaging employees and then answer questions and participate in an interactive discussion with conference attendees.
For more information and to register, please see: http://bit.ly/eULvq5
Key topics will include:
Effective new approaches for using technology to engage employees;
Best practices in choosing and using technology for employee giving & volunteering;
How technology can help link community investment/cause marketing and employee facing programs;
How workplace giving technology enables new capabilities for employee giving & volunteering programs, including mobile giving; and
How workplace giving technology can positively impact employee engagement
Benevity Social Ventures, Inc. (www.benevity.org) is a software company that helps businesses realize a better return on their increasing investments in social good programs, including cause marketing, community investment, employee giving & volunteering programs.
Benevity has developed North America’s first embeddable micro-donation platform, enabling socially responsible businesses to engage their customers, employees and corporate partners in optional charitable giving in new ways on their terms. Benevity lets companies integrate user-directed, tax receiptable donations and corporate matching programs into their existing transaction environments, using their own brands and systems. The Benevity platform helps companies build authentic and impactful cause marketing, workplace giving and other social responsibility initiatives that increase engagement, brand differentiation and return on social and community investment.
The Benevity platform also powers Benevity’s web-based products, such as Spark! workplace giving and The Givatron, the first charity-of-choice giving application for Android-based mobile devices. To find out more, visit us at www.benevity.org and view our short video at www.benevity.org/goodness3.0.