Kiva.org, Causes.com, Samasource.com and Amnesty.org join SpunOut.ie at the Dublin Web Summit
The 2010 Dublin Web Summit (Oct 28-29) is shaping up to be one of the world’s leading gatherings of internet moverss and shakers. This years line up features the founders of Skype, YouTube, Wikipedia, Bebo, CraigsList and Twitter for what The Irish Times are calling the conference of the year.
The Dublin Web Summit have teamed up with ourselves at SpunOut.ie and we’re delighted to host a special not for profit component of this year’s event. DWS is generoulsy offering a special low-cost ticket for non-profit organisations in Ireland. DWS have made a limited number of tickets available to the non-profit sector for €99 (normally priced at €249).
With over 40 masterclasses, four distinct streams, and several masterclasses specifically for the non-profit sector, this year’s summit is bigger and better than ever.
Speakers for this special non profit gathering include include: Joe Green – founder of the successful charity site Causes.com. Matt Flannery – founder and CEO of micro finance bank Kiva.org is also speaking. Kiva empowers individuals to lend to an entrepreneur across the globe, combining micro-finance with the Internet. Also speaking are Leila Jana of Samasource.com, who outsource work to people in developing countries using mobile phones and Owen Pringle, Amnesty International’s head of Digital is also speaking at the summit.
Hurry! Not-for-profit tickets
If you work for a not-for-profit or voluntary organisation and would like to attend please contact Joe immediately on 01 4429285 and firstname.lastname@example.org. There are 35 places available on a first come first served basis.
Matt Flannery, Kiva.org
Founder & CEO of Kiva.org, the world’s largest online lending platform
Leila Janah, Samasource.org
Founder & CEO of Samasource.org, TED Fellow and regular contributor to the HuffingtonPost
Joe Green, Causes.com
Owen Pringle, Amnesty.org
Director of Digital Communications for Amnesty International’s International Secretariat in London.