Gravyty'S First Annual Gforce Conference Brings Together Hundreds of Like-Minded ...


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If you're in the business of fundraising, alumni engagement, member engagement, admissions, and enrollment, and volunteer management, you may want to stop by Gravyty's Gforce conference, which took place April 30 through May 3, 2023, at Disney's Swan and Dolphin Hotel in Orlando, Fla., per a press release.

This first-of-its-kind event was put on by Gravyty, a "leading provider of purpose-driven technology, providing nonprofits, organizations, educational institutions, and corporations the tools they need to create an engaging community and fundraise smarter," per the release.

Nearly half (42%) of attendees held leadership positions within their organizations, and the president of Gravyty says "the jam-packed sessions led by fundraising and engagement leaders across these industries provided so much value to attendees."

The event featured 40 speakers on five educational tracks, including "Unidentified Fundraising Opportunities," "Engagement Exploration," and "Grav Academy."

After attending, one attendee said he "loved the sessions that provided actionable strategies and tactics to improve donor outreach and retention."

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