2018 Bridge to Integrated Marketing & Fundraising Conference
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In today’s environment, fundraisers and marketers must rely on a balance of creative ideas and data-driven analytics to maximize their effectiveness. Find the best mix for your nonprofit at the Bridge Conference!
The Bridge Conference is the premier conference of, by and for fundraising and marketing professionals. It's a vast, immersive and uniquely comprehensive experience for the latest strategies, techniques and innovations in direct response and major donor fundraising.
This year, more than 2,200 of the brightest, most creative and most experimental fundraising professionals from every sector of our industry will gather for three enlightening days of dynamic keynotes, panels, workshops, networking events and more.
At the Bridge Conference you will learn:
So unlock your creativity and discover your mix for groundbreaking success in 2018 and beyond. Get yourself to Bridge 2018!
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Includes two-day conference registration PLUS Gaylord National Hotel Stay for Tuesday (July 31) and Wednesday (August 1) evenings. Cost break down: room ($229/night), resort fee ($18/night) and tax (16%) - This rate is not available for one-day registrations or after June 19SOLD OUT Register Now
3 or more registered with the same company, must be registered at the same time with and paid for with one form of payment. Only applicable to full conference registrations.$685 Register Now
Includes Wednesday and Thursday Breakout and General Sessions, refreshment breaks, lunches in the Solutions Showcase and the Networking Reception.$785 Register Now
Includes two-day conference registration PLUS Gaylord National Hotel Stay for Tuesday (July 31) and Wednesday (August 1) evenings. Cost break down: room ($229/night), resort fee ($18/night) and tax (16%) - This rate is not available for one-day registrations or after June 19Sold Out Register Now
3 or more registered with the same company, must be registered at the same time with and paid for with one form of payment. Only applicable to full conference registrations.$795 Register Now
Includes Wednesday and Thursday Breakout and General Sessions, refreshment breaks, lunches in the Solutions Showcase and the Networking Reception.$895 Register Now
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