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Since its founding in 2012, Bloomerang has become synonymous with best practices in donor loyalty, engagement, and retention due to its commitment to bringing together and championing the best thinkers in the nonprofit sector.

That’s why we’re so excited to announce the inaugural BloomCon, a 100% free virtual conference open to all nonprofit professionals!

Seldom in your professional life do you get the opportunity to attend a game-changing event that only requires a few hours of your time (from the supreme convenience of your home or office) and is completely free of any cost!

Here are the top six reasons why you should register for BloomCon today:

1) The Convenience

Right after the first of the year is always a busy to for all nonprofit leaders immersed in thanking donors or planning for the coming year. It is also winter for most of North America so travel is not easy. Therefore, registering online and clicking a link to open up a few hours of learning from your home or office may be just what the doctor ordered.

2) Dr. Adrian Sargeant

Bloomerang Chief Scientist Dr. Adrian Sargeant is world-renowned for his research and training on donor retention, engagement, loyalty and nonprofit leadership!

His sessions at national and international nonprofit conferences are always among the largest and are typically standing-room-only.

His work and teaching on the above subjects are truly changing how the nonprofit world thinks and acts. His theories on donor retention alone are enabling double digit increases in fundraising results!

3) Mr. Tom Ahern

When most people think about proper written donor communications, Tom Ahern is the first name mentioned.

Why?

His theories have lead to proven results in all areas of donor communications ranging from appeal letters to thank you letters to newsletters and everything in between! That is precisely why he is Bloomerang’s Donor Communications Head Coach.

Like Adrian, Tom is one of the most sought after speakers and trainers, as well as consultants in the nonprofit sector. Some of his teachings such as the “You Test” and “Don’t Bore Me” are invaluable aids any nonprofit can implement immediately.

4) Kivi Leroux Miller

What Tom is to the written word, Kivi Leroux Miller is the electronic word! Yes, this means all nonprofit electronic communications such as email, social media, blogging, landing pages and digital content.

Kivi has practiced all that she teaches about and continues to do so with her consulting work. She was so highly endorsed by her clients and peers, Bloomerang was honored to have her join our team as our Online Marketing Coach.

Her theories are among the best for the simple reason they work and bring superior results!

5) Kivi, Tom and Adrian on a Panel for the First Time Ever

After all three are done presenting individually, they will come together for a one-of-a-kind panel discussion. During this question and answer segment of BloomCon, the session attendees can fire questions to one or all of them. We extended this session beyond the length of each of the individual sessions because in our previous education webinars featuring them one by one, the comment most often made was to extend the Q&A next time.

We listened and did just that!

Do you dare miss this rare chance?

6) This Knowledge Comes Free of Charge

Bloomerang is so very proud to be the system of choice for so many small and medium size nonprofits. We are acutely aware of how tight budgets are, especially in the area of staff development and education. Thanks to the generosity of our presenting sponsor The NonProfit Times this session is completely free!

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Here is the chance to partake of some of the most sought after education in the nonprofit world. Register today before space fills up!

We hope as many of you reading this blog post as possible can partake and grow!

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Jay Love

Jay Love

Co-Founder & Chief Relationship Officer at Bloomerang
A 30+ veteran of the nonprofit software industry, Jay Love co-founded Bloomerang in 2012. Prior to Bloomerang, he was the CEO and Co-Founder of eTapestry for 11 years, which at the time was the leading SaaS technology company serving the charity sector. Jay and his team grew the company to more than 10,000 nonprofit clients, charting a decade of record growth. Prior to starting eTapestry, Jay served 14 years as President and CEO of Master Software Corporation. MSC provided a widely used family of database products for the non-profit sector called Fund-Master. He currently serves on the board of the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University and is the past AFP Ethics Committee Chairman. Jay is also the author of Stay Together: How to Encourage a Lifetime of Donor Loyalty.