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Thursday, September 11 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
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Session Description: Founder and Chief Instigator Daniel Ben-Horin will talk about how he guided the evolution of TechSoup Global from a San Francisco grassroots nonprofit to a global network of 58 partner NGOs that has touched over 600,000 NGOs worldwide and saved the social sector $4.4 billion in technology products. In addition to explaining the unique social-enterprise model at TechSoup Global, Daniel will also share the opportunities and challenges TechSoup Global is currently facing and how he envisions the organization’s role in empowering the global social sector of the future. For close to 30 years, TechSoup Global has been accelerating change in civil society. Today, serving NGOs in 112 countries, TechSoup Global’s reach is greater than that of numerous Fortune 500 companies.

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Daniel Ben-Horin

Founder and Chief Instigator, TechSoup Global

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Thursday September 11, 2014 4:30pm - 6:00pm
TechSoup Global 435 Brannan Street Suite 100, San Francisco, CA, 94107
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  • Company Description Serving 112 countries, TechSoup Global and its 57 partner NGOs help mission-based organizations change the world. Core competencies include one of the world’s biggest technology philanthropy programs; NGO validation services, social sector data collection and analysis, and catalyzing community-oriented technology innovations.