Posted on 18/08/16 by Sean
Connecting Up recently attended the Relate Live by Zendesk conference in Sydney, a two-day event designed to help businesses and entrepreneurs explore the complicated nature of relationships.
Posted on 20/07/16 by Sean
Wimmera Southern Mallee Local Learning and Employment Network (WSMLLEN) is a Government funded, not-for-profit organisation working to provide positive futures for the young people of western Victoria. Located in the regional city of Horsham in Victoria, approximately 300 kilometers north-west of Melbourne, WSMLLEN works closely with schools, businesses and other community organisations to improve the education outcomes for all young people, particularly for those at risk of disengaging from education – and is just one of 31 Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLENs) situated in Victoria.
Posted on 30/04/15 by mathan
If you love bringing people together to talk about how we can use technology for good you’re just the person we want.
Posted on 25/09/14 by Ben Teoh
Every not-for-profit has a story to tell and the tools to do so may be right in our pockets. Mikey Leung from Digital Storytellers talks mobile apps, social media and finding inspiration for creating compelling stories.
Posted on 01/07/14 by Tori Jaffer
Another financial year done and dusted and here at Connecting Up, we'd like a moment to say thanks to everyone we work with.
Posted on 16/06/14 by Ben Teoh
Last week, Social Traders announced the winners of the second annual Social Enterprise Awards.
Posted on 31/03/14 by Stephen Blyth
Each year, NTC draw not-for-profit technology professionals from around the world to share learnings and to meet their peers. Stephen Blyth, NetSquared Regional Ambassador, shares what he took away from the 3-day marathon event.
Posted on 24/02/14 by Ben Teoh
The 2014 Social Enterprise Awards are your chance to be recognised for the work your not-for-profit or business is doing in the community and be rewarded in one of six categories.
Posted on 14/11/13 by Meagan Crozier
This month, we've asked one of our members to share their story and what's happening in their organisation. Meagan Crozier of Sunraysia Community Health Services shares what they're up to.
Posted on 13/11/13 by Stephen Blyth
People the world over are grappling with how best to harness technology to advance their causes. Learning how to do this best (or even better) is something well suited to doing locally.