About Social Capital 2013
Social Capital 2013 is a content rich, invitation-only conference bringing together the brightest nonprofit and corporate minds for a candid exchange on growing strategic partnerships. Thought leaders and industry insiders who are co-creating today’s most innovative collaborations will share their insights about multifaceted partnerships: from philanthropic investments to web-centric cause campaigns, to employee and consumer engagement. With participation limited to a select group of organizations of similar scale and scope, Social Capital 2013 will be an opportunity for like-minded peers to network and gain more insight on the most relevant topics in the industry from the proven leaders in the field.
Social Capital 2013 features an extraordinary, hand-selected group of industry insiders from a cross-section of top social causes and corporate citizens. Sessions will be conducted in a variety of audience-engaging formats that will facilitate a candid exchange about what works, what doesn’t and what’s next in strategic partnerships. Social Capital 2013 topics will include:
Industry Insights: Trends from Social Capital’s lens working inside organizations and their partners helping build enduring partnerships
Game-changing Partnerships: Co-creating multifaceted, sustainable partnerships that invest in critical outcomes, build brand relevance, and result in social and business ROI
High-Performing Teams: Building talent, operational excellence and trust enterprise-wide
Village Partnerships: What “good” looks like in forming and sustaining strategic alliances
Employee Engagement: Effective strategies engaging employees in meaningful and significant actions that result in employee recruitment and retention
Digital Media Trends in Constituent Building: How digital media has helped corporations and nonprofits move from online awareness building to overall constituent building and engagement
- Megaphones and Amplifiers: Building platforms beyond partner channels and strategically leveraging influencers, celebrities and media.
Seats Are Limited
With attendance limited to a select group of organizations, this gathering will be an opportunity for like-minded peers to explore growing sustainable revenue through strategic partnerships that blur the lines between grant-making, cause-related marketing, and sponsorship. Last year’s Social Capital conference sold out, so register early to reserve your spot.
Who Should Attend
Social Capital 2013 is designed for:
Nonprofit staff with responsibilities that include working with corporate partners and implementing programs with them that cut across development, marketing and communications.
Corporate staff with responsibilities in brand, community affairs, marketing, foundation or corporate social responsibility.
Attendance at Social Capital 2013 is by invitation only. Invited nonprofit participants will come from:
Nonprofit organizations aligned around a cause that cut across multiple revenue sources, from traditional philanthropy to consumer fundraising
Primarily headquarters and affiliates of national and global organizations
Contact Social Capital if you would like to request an invitation.
About Social Capital
Social Capital Partnerships is dedicated to building sustainable revenue for nonprofits. With a focus on fundraising and strategic partnerships, the agency has helped the world’s top-tier causes cultivate partnerships with corporations and foundations that have raised more than $62 million over the last two years.
Social Capital’s team includes recognized leaders in the industry with expertise in development and marketing. We provide the specific tools, tactics and hands-on support to help clients work effectively with their corporate partners so they can achieve their worthwhile missions. Serving the needs of both nonprofit and partner, the company’s track record includes successes with organizations and their partners, including American Red Cross, AT&T, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Feeding America, Goodwill Industries International, Habitat for Humanity International, Kraft, Morgan Stanley, Nationwide, PetSmart Charities, Procter & Gamble, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Special Olympics, Target, UN Foundation, United Way Worldwide and Walmart.
Social Capital is headquartered in Chicago with strategists in Washington D.C., Denver, and Salt Lake City.
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The thought-provoking, quality content and high-caliber, inspiring speakers at Social Capital 2012 were matched by the meaningful networking among the participants. A valuable opportunity for people leading strategic partnership strategy.Devi Thomas, United Nations Foundation