NetSquared Athens: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Tech and Nonprofit*

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(*But were afraid to ask)

This video comes from NetSquared Athens and Matteo Sisto.

With limited resources (time and money), can you do more for your beneficiaries? Yes, you can! Let me help you to get the most out of digital tools for nonprofit. This video was recorded during the first NetSquared event in Greece “Everything you always wanted to know about tech and nonprofit* (*But were afraid to ask)" !

NetSquared Athens has committed to three events to start —  but is recruiting co-organizers. Let us know if you want to help out.

Chat Log

00:04:15    matsisto:    Welcome
00:07:50    matsisto:    Hello everyone, people are starting to join and we are going to Start at 18.05 if you feel like chatting a bit before I am more than happy to get you know you more
00:11:08    Lemonia Moraiti:    yes!
00:18:26    Ελίζα Κολοβού-Καλοτρόπιο, Κέντρο Στήριξης της Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. Λέσβου:    Good afternoon! Unfortunately I have a problem with my microphone but I thankfully I can hear you perfectly.
00:18:44    533307:    yes
00:18:56    Φύσσας Κων/νος -ΠΑΙΖΟΝΤΑΣ ΑΜΚΕ:    ok
00:19:32    Dimitris:    Hi, is this recording going to be available after?
00:26:42    Eli van der Giessen:    Hi! It’s Eli the global NetSquared Community Manager
00:32:08    Eli van der Giessen:    Want to help as a community organizer? Apply here! http://page.techsoup.org/why-start-a-group
00:34:41    Eli van der Giessen:    How to apply for the Google donation program. First: create your free account at https://greece.techsoup.global/
00:34:52    Eli van der Giessen:    Second: Once you are approved, apply at https://www.google.com/nonprofits/eligibility/
00:38:08    Ελίζα Κολοβού-Καλοτρόπιο, Κέντρο Στήριξης της Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. Λέσβου:    Hi all! My name is Eliza. I am a social business consultant in Kalotropio, Support Center for Social and Solidarity Economy of Lesvos., of Iliaktida AMKE My superpower is that I have a good communication with animals.
01:03:31    Ελίζα Κολοβού-Καλοτρόπιο, Κέντρο Στήριξης της Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. Λέσβου:    We are extensively use Workplace 
01:09:00    Panos Antonopoulos:    Forgot to mention mailchimp! really important!!
01:09:10    Panos Antonopoulos:    for newsletter!
01:09:36    Panos Antonopoulos:    Thank you for the kind words Katerina!
01:12:19    Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης:    Forgot also Mailchimp, Joomla and wordpress
01:13:09    Panos Antonopoulos:    Well done Stamatia! We also use Azure for production server but I thought it was too advanced (only developers are happy with those services hahaha)
01:13:43    Panos Antonopoulos:    it was too advanced to mention*

01:15:38    Stamatia K.:    thank you for sharing!
01:17:31    Ελίζα Κολοβού-Καλοτρόπιο, Κέντρο Στήριξης της Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. Λέσβου:    toonly
01:18:26    Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης:    Mailchimp
01:20:35    Panos Antonopoulos:    Powtoon 
01:21:27    Panos Antonopoulos:    Really interesting Dimitris!
01:23:18    Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης:    Dear friend I have to leave you. It would be nice to have the recording or the presentation. Thank you.
01:28:46    Spyros Tsoukalas:    kitepride - the name of the Israeli non profit i mentioned
01:30:28    Alexandra Emirza:    thank you Mateo ! have to go ! kids are calling ????
01:32:10    Ελίζα Κολοβού-Καλοτρόπιο, Κέντρο Στήριξης της Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. Λέσβου:    asana and trello
01:33:12    Ελίζα Κολοβού-Καλοτρόπιο, Κέντρο Στήριξης της Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. Λέσβου:    meistertask as well. thank you!
01:33:41    ORESTIS:    Hello to everyone! Really interesting presentation. Could we have the presentation after the end of the meeting?
01:34:05    Ελίζα Κολοβού-Καλοτρόπιο, Κέντρο Στήριξης της Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. Λέσβου:     project management tools, for enhancing organization
01:43:24    Lemonia Moraiti:    thank you very much for your time!
01:43:25    Ελίζα Κολοβού-Καλοτρόπιο, Κέντρο Στήριξης της Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. Λέσβου:    We thank you!
01:43:53    Stamatia K.:    thank you for this event! and i look forward for the next one! bye everyone
01:43:54    Katerina Kaisari:    Thank you Matteo! Great and Very Useful Presentation!!!
01:44:26    Panos Antonopoulos:    https://www.meetup.com/Click-Link-Share-A-Different-Nonprofit-Athens/
 

Transcript

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Matteo Sisto: Hello there.

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Matteo Sisto: Hello.

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Matteo Sisto: Hey guys, can you hear me.

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Matteo Sisto: So that was saying before, like we're going to start at around six or five to allow for everybody to join. So like in the next seven minutes. I'm your host, come up, though.

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Matteo Sisto: And if you feel like speaking a bit before the starting gold event to, you know, anything that comes into your mind who you are.

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Matteo Sisto: What you're doing here which community. Did you follow or if you have any questions for me. I'm more than happy to chat a bit before this consider this is going to be quite Interactive Events. So you have chance to

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Matteo Sisto: Bring forward your opinions, your ideas and most importantly your point of view.

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Matteo Sisto: So at a certain point I will ask you to join and support participate in the conversation.

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Matteo Sisto: Meanwhile, if you want to meet

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Matteo Sisto: Welcome, welcome.

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Matteo Sisto: We cannot hear you yet because like you, you'd need to unmute your

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: Yes, thank you.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: Oh, you can miss it.

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Matteo Sisto: Yes, definitely.

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Matteo Sisto: We're going to be starting in humans just waiting for somebody else to join.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: I was expecting from

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Matteo Sisto: 20 people, but you know, you never know on the internet. How many people show up. Thank you very much for, you know, being here, all of you and really appreciate that.

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Matteo Sisto: It was my intention to have a more physical events, but the time is not

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Matteo Sisto: It's not the best one. So,

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: So your options.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: Let me mute my phone and come out to have some coffee and I'll be back soon.

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Matteo Sisto: enough pain. I will speak.

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533307: Hi, how are you

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Matteo Sisto: Very good and very, very good. What about you,

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533307: I'm doing good. How's the weather. You are somewhere in Europe, aren't you

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah, I mean, nothing's right now and

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Matteo Sisto: Yep, yep.

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Matteo Sisto: Very nice.

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah, this is like, you know, the first event of the Net Squared group here, nothing.

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533307: That congratulations. I'm calling from us. I was

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533307: Amazing. I was interested in the subject. So we are talking about technology and nonprofits. Right.

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Matteo Sisto: Correct, correct. This is a very interesting story on events.

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Matteo Sisto: Which like a good represent you a bit. So the main overview of what are the tools, the software and then kind of speak a bit about digital transformation.

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Matteo Sisto: But like the biggest part of the of the event today is going to be monitoring asking questions to the participants.

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Matteo Sisto: So trying to understand with them. What are going to be the one is going to be the contents of the next workshops we are going to organize but like I will explain everything when we start properly so like about a couple of minutes, no more than that.

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Matteo Sisto: Great work from us.

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Matteo Sisto: I'm sorry. We're from us.

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533307: Orlando, Florida.

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Matteo Sisto: Land. I was going to situation there.

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533307: Well, the situation is still saying

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533307: No work. We're not allowed to go to work and that's another essential business.

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533307: And still waiting for the peak of Corona to hit next week.

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah, I'm originally from Italy. I have my family and friends there and lots of colleagues and they're the situation is

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Matteo Sisto: Pretty bad pretty pretty bad they are now starting to be a little bit on a little bit better but it's gonna take time and you know uncertainty behind this sort of things are really hard to see that some more people are joining

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Matteo Sisto: Yes. Yeah, we got

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Matteo Sisto: The loving

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533307: People to hear you.

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Matteo Sisto: Thank you very much. I'll explain everything and just few minutes. Hello.

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Matteo Sisto: Hello everyone.

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Matteo Sisto: I think that with one more minutes. And we can start, start

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Matteo Sisto: In the meanwhile, remove my obviously

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Matteo Sisto: This one.

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Matteo Sisto: Can you see them.

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Matteo Sisto: Can see the presentation.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: Yes.

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Matteo Sisto: Stop my video. Definitely not.

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Matteo Sisto: See me

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Matteo Sisto: Okay.

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Matteo Sisto: And without further ado, being six or six in this country.

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Matteo Sisto: I will open their wallets. So welcome, everyone. Bye, sweetie. Thank you very much for being here. I'm your host Mattel

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Matteo Sisto: I'm financially, a man on a mission since I was young, I wanted to make the world a better place. I joined the nonprofit sector professionally in 2014

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Matteo Sisto: And I've been doing all sorts of things from cleaning up to high level strategy. Recently, I started my own venture impact, bro.

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Matteo Sisto: It's a consultancy agency for a nonprofit organization focused on the inbox fundamentally it's the metrics that evaluate the success of your initiative.

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Matteo Sisto: As it is profit or money or business proposition. This is how I feel about that.

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Matteo Sisto: So if you have the time to read the short article I wrote as an introduction. Introduction to these events, probably you know a bit already about me.

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Matteo Sisto: So I'm a big nerd and I strongly believe that there's no profit sector can and need to do more.

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Matteo Sisto: I found out just recently about in that square that is the umbrella organization that is supporting these sort of events or tell you a bit more about that very, very soon. So kind of mentally next squared is a community to share my passion and vision for the nonprofit sector.

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Matteo Sisto: Meaning that they believe that technology can be a game changer for for nonprofit organization.

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Matteo Sisto: Services. It needs the use of technology, the work. It's too important for us to fail to adopt the tools that will make us more effective. That's why in a square dances.

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Matteo Sisto: Every month all over the words that are more than 120 organizer that bring together, NGOs and technology community to muster the tools of the web.

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Matteo Sisto: But will tell you more a bit later on. So I'm really thankful to see you all here. And thank you also to the ones that completed completed the survey.

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Matteo Sisto: I hope it wasn't too long, I must say that Cobain's as a huge impacts on who planning and delivery of disciplines.

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Matteo Sisto: And the format for today's definitely an experiment I ran several participatory workshops all across Europe, but this is the first time I had to do it online on zoom, so please bear with me for any shortcomings.

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Matteo Sisto: One more thing, as many of you unconfined my home. So my internet is not super perfect and like I had a backup plan. So in case if something happens and the connections drop

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Matteo Sisto: You know, like, please stay with me. I'll try to join back very soon. So don't don't get stressed about that.

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Matteo Sisto: Last disclaimer i i don't know how much you know about participated methodologies and how you use to the sorts of formatting for events during the session you will be encouraged to share your ideas and point of view this is not, this is not going to be your usual presentation.

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Matteo Sisto: I'm expecting to engage with you and I prepared some icebreakers and other simple teachings of to to

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Matteo Sisto: Participate so very soon you will be asked to unmute yourself and do some things have not yet if you've noticed I'm not Greek rather Italian

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Matteo Sisto: And English is not my first language and I make a lot of mistakes all the time.

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Matteo Sisto: If for any reason you would prefer to reply or to give a comment in your mother told you can directly speak with my colleague and Co. She is one of the participants.

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Matteo Sisto: That it says available for any questions during the presentation or to translate or to help the translation with your comments and queries.

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Matteo Sisto: So without further ado I introduce you to quickly share everything you always wanted to know about tech and nonprofit, but we're afraid to ask.

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Matteo Sisto: Or rephrasing the wonderful Woody Allen movie. So I always start to the menu, just to give an idea what is going to happen to the people that are following me.

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Matteo Sisto: So like, I'm going to first introduce you a bit about net square, who is this organization and what is doing all over the world and why you decided to become a member

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Matteo Sisto: We're going to go through a bit on using zoo and introduce each other. Breaking the ice.

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Matteo Sisto: I'm going to tell you a bit about what is a digital nonprofits and how digital transformation has had an impact not only in the big corporations in the business world, but like is having a huge impact also nonprofit organization.

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Matteo Sisto: Then we're going to go through work of them work affair is a very simple participatory methodology in which ideally we would have had three table and we're going to a would have had

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Matteo Sisto: Different discussions on different tables and we would have which

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Matteo Sisto: Considering that we are not so many people. And we're online. I think we can definitely just go one question by the other. And so at the end of this of this events or make a small wrap up and tell you

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Matteo Sisto: If by any chance you guys want to stay a bit with me after the then there is usually, you know, like a social moment in this event. So if you fear to share a virtual deal with me. I'm more than happy to speak with you at the end of this talk and now move to this other screen hopefully

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Matteo Sisto: He seen

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This one. Sure.

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Matteo Sisto: Can you see here.

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, great.

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Matteo Sisto: So as I was telling you this is an event under the umbrella of net squared x squared is a global network of events and digital transformation workshops, brought to you by texture texture is one of the biggest

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Matteo Sisto: nonprofit organization that is trying to bridge the gap between big software to users and artwork producers in the world with nonprofit organization. If you don't know about that. It's a great

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Matteo Sisto: It's a great venture because they offer a lot of free services. So discounted software to nonprofit organizations all over the world here in Greece. This is not very well developed yet but like in other countries in Europe on they offer a whole numbers of software. So what is next squared.

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Matteo Sisto: Down so

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Matteo Sisto: It's a place for nonprofits stuffers as a hope many of you are fundamentally like nonprofits.

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Matteo Sisto: Suffers nonprofit employees people that work in nonprofit organizations volunteer will find a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for those who are experienced with technology.

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Matteo Sisto: And will have many chances to ask questions or two tough questions and understand better how to use technology.

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Matteo Sisto: It's also a place for technologists and consultants and because there are people that we find opportunities to do to get your expertise, the social cues, as well as the potential for lasting relationship.

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Matteo Sisto: And so I Mattel, as I was saying before, I'm your local next squared organizer there a program of tech soup and. NET square is a global network of tech focused Meetup.

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Matteo Sisto: It's nonprofits that help other nonprofits to get implement and you spec effectively, fundamentally, this is the map that shows where is

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Matteo Sisto: Not squared at the moment you see there is still no doc on Greece, but we finally open up this is the first event happening in Greece, and I'm really proud to be you know here and being able to speak with you all.

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Matteo Sisto: Those are the community values of network fundamental in a squared is a community based organization. We should like all volunteers like me and have

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Matteo Sisto: A bit of support from the mother of organization in the US. And those are our values, we welcome everyone. We put community. First, we're here to support each other.

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Matteo Sisto: And we build stronger nonprofits and technologies have one or more invite participation as I told you before, like this is

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Matteo Sisto: It's meant to be a participatory workshop. So everyone in this room in this online group will have something to learn or something to contribute with, and most importantly, for me, we treat each other with kindness and respect.

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, it's a voluntary organization. We need your help. You know, like anyone can plan an event. I am not an expert in event planning. I'm not a marketer. I don't have any of these qualifications or like it's some it's a space for people who are, you know, happy to share and happy to

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Matteo Sisto: Make to see the nonprofit sector grow so like if you feel like joining and supporting Net Squared to increase, I will be very, very happy to

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Matteo Sisto: To welcome you and like bring you up to speed as soon as possible.

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Matteo Sisto: Our local partner here a satisfaction is this giant umbrella organization that it's all over the words here, increase the partner of tech soup is simple hub and

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Matteo Sisto: This is some of the technology that's like

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Matteo Sisto: This is the technology that you can have that you can access from text to this is like through all over the world. I don't know specifically about Greece, but I'm sure that will be discounted so offers from Microsoft Tableau DocuSign bit defender Autodesk and Bob big

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Eli van der Giessen: Tail. Hi, this is Eli here with a. Net Squared global

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Matteo Sisto: How like how are you

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Eli van der Giessen: Very well. And actually, today is actually a really important day and totally by accident. Just this morning, Google actually extended their Google for Nonprofits program to Greece.

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Eli van der Giessen: So that means now that Greece nonprofits.

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Eli van der Giessen: Are eligible for the free Google suite for nonprofits and they also get access to the Google ad grants program which offers. I believe it's $2,000 us in free Google AdWords credits every month.

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Eli van der Giessen: For every eligible nonprofit and to basically make sure that you're eligible for that. All you need to do is go to tech stoops website.

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Eli van der Giessen: Create your free account. And once you've done that they give you a special little code that you'll use when you apply on Google's website to prove that you're a valid nonprofit and pretty much any

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Eli van der Giessen: charitable organization that is legally registered in the country should be eligible for the program.

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Matteo Sisto: I think this is fantastic. Do you know how much I've been advocating for this sort of thing. And like, I'm really super, super happy.

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Matteo Sisto: Anyway, like I have a slide about that later on, on the presentation and I will definitely mentioned that a bit more as we go on. So, this is fantastic news. Thank you very much. July, and thank you for being here. I'll continue to like gum.

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Matteo Sisto: We got a list of sponsors. There are supporting our, our events offering venue, you know, promoting on their social media giving suggestions to

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Matteo Sisto: Internet of some of the topics that are very, very well received by the Community net squares all across the world. So there is digital marketing and technology trends digital fundraising tools and friends.

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Matteo Sisto: I've done so far. So if the end of the presentation. Some of you want to know more about that please do it.

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Matteo Sisto: And leave you alone my contacts on. You can reach me at my sister got the Atelier or for that must be 36 at gmail.com or you can send me a message on Facebook on

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Matteo Sisto: We got an x squared attempts page where you can reach me out without any problems or meetup and so thing before anyone can plan an event. Now we can go back

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, this is the prompts. As you can see, Hello, my name is Mark Dale and my superpower is curiosity.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: My name is Demetrius, I'm for surface foundation in lasers.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: Oh my superpower my superpower is

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Katerina Matiatou: Hello. Hi.

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Katerina Matiatou: Hello, and my name is Katrina and my superpower actually is eating.

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Δημήτρης_Θεοδωρόπουλος_ΦΡΟΝΤΙΖΩ: Me.

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Δημήτρης_Θεοδωρόπουλος_ΦΡΟΝΤΙΖΩ: Yes, yes. My name is Dimitri, Sam from address from an NGO calling for these numbers will perish to unite people for a common purpose.

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Lemonia Moraiti: My name is lemon. Yeah. And my superpower is overanalyzing

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Spyros Tsoukalas: And my superpower is games.

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SHA: My name is ugly. Now I come from Athens where I'm actually now and my superpower is multitasking.

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Alexandra Emirza: Hello, I am Alexandra and I'm also from CIGS, nice to see people that I already know.

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Stamatia K.: Thank you. My name is Timothy and my superpower is organization.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Panels from partners, I see the consumption from winning to me just enjoying the media and my superpower. I'm organizing a freak.

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Athanasia Bartzoka: Social business consultant in color, drop your support center for social economy blessed lives of the, the key, the key and your superpower is that she has a very good communication with animals.

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, so what's the deal. Why am pushing nonprofit organization to consider is so vital to their work done. So everything starts with digital transformation. What's that

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Matteo Sisto: It is not the strongest of the species that survives nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change. I don't know if you ever heard about called duck. If you are as old as me, or like maybe a bit older.

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Matteo Sisto: So, so I'm not going to go through all the infinite possibilities that there are through technology. But I try to keep up a broad overview, what are the tools that I consider important and that I know have a very strong discounts. I see you heard before. From my life, my

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Matteo Sisto: Say like the big mother organization like recently Google for Nonprofits arrived in Chris. This is a great thing I'm going to tell you a bit more about that later on during our conversation, but like, I'll just give you some ideas on how to use some of those

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Matteo Sisto: Hootsuite and buffer our social media manager tools that will support the scheduling the analytics of all your social media posting at the grant. This is a tool from Google that works with the CEO and like it will support your, your commercial your

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Matteo Sisto: Some products that you want to auction, you pay for charity will get a discount out of their usual fee and combines another fantastic few that are used to create graphics and like again completely free for nonprofit organizations also the pro version.

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Matteo Sisto: Lastly, I will improve direction it with donors beneficiaries and volunteers, there is 500 1000 different ways to create a database.

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Matteo Sisto: And like a database will support the whole process of communication and like putting down dates people who you met and in this way you will be able to

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Matteo Sisto: volunteer management. I don't know if you guys work with volunteers or use volunteers in your daily activities or whatever. But like there is the software that like will support the whole on tasking or training or asking for feedback or organizing and scheduling all

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Matteo Sisto: The work of the volunteers serum out speaking about this before I software that does a lot of things. I'm not going to go into details very much but I strongly suggest you guys take a look at that. And then there is the whole analytics and data points so fundamentally

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, so you have two options, fundamentally, you take the blue pill and the story ends here you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe you can take the red pill, you stay in wonderful Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes it's

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Matteo Sisto: You know, I, meaning that you need to take your decision. I strongly am a big supporter of technology in nonprofit organization, but it's up to you.

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Matteo Sisto: If you have any tools that you're using at the moment it feel important for you. What are the challenges your organization is experiencing and

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Matteo Sisto: So which tools do you use out your organization, the floor is yours. I'm just here to facilitate the discussion and to possibly listen to a lot of different people's opinion.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: So for our organization, we used to use GC.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: We have a paid account.

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Matteo Sisto: Add like what is your. How would you describe your competence with these, um, I mean like he's trailer that is on a task management.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: For my opinion is a very good tool very useful. He

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: The calendar option, but maybe we can find it.

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Δημήτρης Μουρατίδης: Somewhere. So now we are trying to see how our son is working.

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Matteo Sisto: And now you're using WhatsApp business, by any chance, or just like basic version to communicate with people.

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Panos Antonopoulos: And hello hello again. I'm sorry. So, okay, intermediate to where technology also we use we use many tools and we try many tools every day.

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Panos Antonopoulos: But, you know, in one main one and say a yeah we use that whole office 365 or for Microsoft and, you know, we sold the tools that

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Panos Antonopoulos: Freedom. Yes, I can write it. Yeah, it's yeah like that. The I'd say also a free for for NGOs.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Web also use open source platforms like WordPress or a WordPress or Moodle and not anymore. But yeah, this is about office management. This is what do you use

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Panos Antonopoulos: Okay, that was tricky. To be honest, I will try it, but I'm not quite. Not quite sure. And yet, because we we were accustomed to Google Analytics.

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Panos Antonopoulos: And it's really difficult to to to make a transition from one to this is specific to the other.

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Matteo Sisto: I'll definitely ask you again.

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Katerina Matiatou: From Higgs. Um, well, I'm actually amazed within their media well done guys. Have a jealous. So we use

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Katerina Matiatou: What else, who do we use. Well, we do have the library in the newsletter male chimps and stuff, but I don't think they're relevant. I'm not sure if they're relevant right now. And of course, the social media. I think that more or less. These are the ones that we mostly use

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Stamatia K.: Mila yeah we are from the Erasmus to the network of Greece and we use a couple of the mentioned ones like the sweet. We have tried a semi trailer. Now we're trying out notion

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Stamatia K.: Kind of thing where you you can learn about how to use Excel, PowerPoint and word better like they show you

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Stamatia K.: Some features, um, other than that, we have the canvas for NGOs and when it comes to our website and our services that we have

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Stamatia K.: Because we have a couple of them were really we are quite young people in the organization. So it's like ages 2225 so we are we like to do things online. And since we are all over Europe we. It's the only way we can communicate. So we have invested in a lot of those things and we use

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Stamatia K.: You can manage your servers. From there, and the cost for NGOs, if I am correct is like 10 cents per month. It's not really

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Stamatia K.: 10 cents, I think. Yeah.

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Matteo Sisto: That's pretty great. Like, how much space do you have

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Stamatia K.: That we host, we have like seven websites. Also, we use the panel for other management.

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Stamatia K.: And we have, yeah. Also, our local sections. They use it for their email and the more national level uses G sweet for our email.

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Matteo Sisto: Thank you for sharing.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Yes, I would like to add that

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Spyros Tsoukalas: introduced myself. Very good. So, um, as far as our, our organization is concerned were quite small. So for now, we usually use our personal accounts and the free tools that are available for people not a NGOs, so the word that

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Spyros Tsoukalas: When I go to expose personally would expose to texture and they realized how many tools.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: We can use and get benefit from them because they are free for NGOs and got really impressed.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: For now, I haven't made that transition yet, but I would like to add a couple of tools that might be useful for others of course like Dropbox isn't obvious.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Solution that many people might use but they it hasn't been mentioned yet Dropbox and apart from the ones that have already been mentioned, I think that project.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: loon noun is a database of free icons that can be used these Lee everywhere and it's called Project and noun and noun spelled us no un

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Spyros Tsoukalas: And also totally I recently made the conversion for the company. I was tempted by their advertisement and I bought the subscription for life. It's called totally at the low and why and it helps you make animated leaders.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: So we are planning to use it.

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Matteo Sisto: There is another very interesting tools like this one, you mentioned right now.

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Matteo Sisto: That supports you know like also for very bad graphic designer or like people with zero artistic touches. I am like to create videos that are engaging or like animation. And this is what well no, Tom. I don't know the software.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: To only it's only 12 as well as another tool that I have heard that haven't used it and the one that we use is called only Tw O n and why

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Spyros Tsoukalas: If you start digging on tools that are available because I come from the stop startup world there are like

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Many, many, many, many, like a beyond imagination numbers of tools that can be used and help you do stuff. But there's learning care, but you have to get through. And sometimes, as you mentioned earlier time or money is a is a factor of discouragement.

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Matteo Sisto: It is up to a certain extent, I mean like there isn't a lot, a lot, a lot, a lot of discounts or free software that a free piece of software that

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Matteo Sisto: Are provided to nonprofit organization and like what they usually do you know like I i tend to contact the mother organization.

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Matteo Sisto: Trying to ask, you know, like I'm a non profit. I'm working for a non profit organization on. Can I use your software for a longer for your periods or like, can you give me a discount

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Matteo Sisto: But it doesn't cost anything to ask, like most of the time I had great success on that so

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Matteo Sisto: Don't be discouraged by that I know that's also a tool that like us becoming prominence in that develops.

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Matteo Sisto: Developers word is called the Twilio. I don't know if you guys heard about that fundamentally it's a bit complex and what it does but it supports them the ultimate decision or like

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Matteo Sisto: sending messages to multiple people and add loads of other things and they provide a huge discount on profit organization so he can start using it without any problem. Somebody else wants to share so that other people can be informed.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: At another organization, not through the one that my partner and I have established, we used to use base camp and we we contacted them to get it for free because it's very useful for

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Project Management and communication at the same time, but we couldn't get the discount more than 10% back then. And it was pretty expensive. So we stopped using it, but based on like it's very easy to use and in case somebody gets full access. It's like

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Your hands are no longer tied on that.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Matters.

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Matteo Sisto: If I'm not mistaken, they improved their nonprofit offers. I don't remember the exact number, but like a

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Matteo Sisto: Piece a year ago I saw that there was like very good offer for nonprofit organizations so so with base camp and to the people that mentioned about MailChimp. You guys are using. I guess the free version or the paid one correct

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Katerina Matiatou: Yes.

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah, because like the pro version is a bit too expensive and

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Matteo Sisto: Somebody wants to share something else in terms of tools or like

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Matteo Sisto: Especially if you want to express I felt that local organization who spoke on had a lot of tech experience and like they can share with the other two don't have and

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Matteo Sisto: Especially if you had, you know, some positive experience or negative experience with technology. This is the right time to tell something about

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Lemonia Moraiti: Um, I would say that a handbook role.

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Lemonia Moraiti: Is I think a lifesaver. If you need to make graphics and you don't have a graphic designer or you don't know

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Lemonia Moraiti: How to do many things and

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Lemonia Moraiti: If you haven't tested it and you're looking for a way to make images, any kind of images, um, you should try it. Even the free version before you get

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Lemonia Moraiti: Like registered as an NGO is very useful.

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Matteo Sisto: I love come by so much

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Matteo Sisto: So much has helped me make like decent looking face.

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Matteo Sisto: Since a couple of years, and like I will never go back to something

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Else.

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Matteo Sisto: Really, really simple to you like you can do literally everything I think recently have introduced also animated

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Matteo Sisto: Videos. Yeah, great, really, really great.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Um, can I add something panelists again because we mess on canvas and animations. We also use a platoon is a really nice and you may animation platform, of course, is not free.

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Panos Antonopoulos: I'm not sure it has

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Panos Antonopoulos: NGO discount. But this really has a free version of course, and it's really is a really user friendly and you can make a really amazing videos with templates or, you know, customize

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Some of the tools that we mentioned like platoon we used only instead of putting but the many tools offer a free trial when you start. So we tend to use different emails to start again the

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Free trial and get there. Get access again and again in the tools, but don't I have used in the past for a competition of we will be displayed with a video and I I I point out that because it will have used as well.

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Matteo Sisto: Great.

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Matteo Sisto: Anybody wants to share something else.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: We deal with language. So we tend to use language related tools which are kind of irrelevant for most organizations, but we have used their tools like glaus bath no longer speak.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: But they are usually free for free completely for free but

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Matteo Sisto: But that for translation like for websites or

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Another exactly we we deal with languages. So we need to get words in different we use them for translation and

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Spyros Tsoukalas: And transforming words from one alphabet to another and stuff like that.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Gloss Belgium.

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Matteo Sisto: But

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Usually such a relevant for us.

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Matteo Sisto: I mean like after you know after this conversation. Would you guys have put down my own suggestions and like I have a quite a big list.

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Matteo Sisto: Of tools that I use and use or just in general like I'll make it available to all of you. So we'll have we can have like a bigger pockets of knowledge. If you guys are fine with with this section, we can go a little bit down to what are the challenges that you're experiencing experiencing.

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Matteo Sisto: So what is your problem as a nonprofit organization as a non profit volunteer professional or whether it's your role.

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Matteo Sisto: What are you struggling with

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Matteo Sisto: The floor is open to you.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: I would like to address something that usually small organizations in the early steps that face and and it's a trust. So it's a long process until you start

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Having results and deliver results in order to receive trust from bigger organizations that are able to help you to get there to the next stage is, for example, we got established in September.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: And since then, I have written many proposals participate in programs, etc. So, and a big consideration for that. It's something that I realized later after founding the organization that you have to build a

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Footprint before you start getting into real projects on or it's a business in a way. So it's something that many organizations like Higgs a help you fight and

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Thank you for that. Katrina and the other members of the team and the trust is not only a matter when you are participating. When you look for corporations in from other organizations, but in order to even participating in programs, you have to start from Larry Really low and really small.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Proposals or tenders and then start getting into bigger ones for us know how we will probably participating a bigger one. But then we have to have worked a lot until we reach that states.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: And it would be nice if there was some kind of community helping or coordinating NGOs that are small in order to get into programs with bigger ones and stuff like that.

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Matteo Sisto: Well, this sounds really really interesting actually like to do to support the networking and participation of the creation of trust the beginning of every stage organization really, really beautiful.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: An example is that if you get introduced in their organization and you earn their trust, even for once, like it's a big of an opportunity for you to

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Get into a program start doing stuff and stop fighting to create a footprint that might be not that important in the beginning. So you get the opportunity to get directly into real projects and have real impact.

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Matteo Sisto: And I also feel that, like, come here. The Echo system is pretty different from local countries that I've worked in like

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Matteo Sisto: For example, donation private donation. It's very low. And I don't think it's a very big habit. So like it's really hard for startups nonprofit organizations to raise the initial money and to start getting interest from our community. That's what I had been reading about you guys confirm

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Matteo Sisto: Fundraising is not very well developed

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Spyros Tsoukalas: I would agree, but like something that the world is started taking into account in Greece is sustainable sustainability of the organizations that I

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Grow and exist because the thing that many organizations don't take that really take care of their model and how they

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Are trying to become sustainable in their future steps because it's good if you get money once or twice, but how we live you sustain your organization in the future steps.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: And I had the chance to get exposed to the Israeli echo system of nonprofits in November, and it really changed the way I perceive sustainability in nonprofit projects.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: At a very good example from them. I don't remember the organization's name, but they get, for example.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: And materials from kite surf and windsurf and then turn them into bags that they actually shell.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: And not only do they have an environmental impact through that because they sell so they actually get money back. And they reinvest but the people they hired to run this organization are people that come from.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Oh, what's the word

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Matteo Sisto: Background

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Not, not only even more specific and find the word, let me translate

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Spyros Tsoukalas: From play get a people that have a lead left the presentation.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: So they have a impacting two three aspects and at the same time they managed to be sustainable by selling the

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Products that they build

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Matteo Sisto: That's that's really positive like also employing the people actually in the production of these sorts of things. So it's really, really.

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Matteo Sisto: Interesting. I think there's like there is an organization. I don't know machine increase that it's called idea. Good idea that like works with homeless and like I think they do something similar with a newspapers that they

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Matteo Sisto: Recycle debts and create new products that then they will sell something that is you can also hear anybody else wants to say something on the challenges your organization is experiencing.

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Matteo Sisto: You'll have loads of fun.

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Matteo Sisto: Fantastic amounts of engaged volunteers.

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Matteo Sisto: Lots of time to do everything.

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Matteo Sisto: And

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Matteo Sisto: Now,

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Panos Antonopoulos: And

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Panos Antonopoulos: That is funny.

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Panos Antonopoulos: You know, whatever. Of course, I think most of the majority of the organizations here. Have you know more or less the same process and problems and

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Panos Antonopoulos: For us, I will say is

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Panos Antonopoulos: How to have many to have many project, who have okay but not you know the biggest theme. So yeah, it's the productivity and their organizational productivity issue.

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Panos Antonopoulos: And of course, fundraising and yeah and also the, the human factor against against them and volunteers, as you said, it's really important. And because we we try to have to organize many events and some big events in patterns in Greece, it's no

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Panos Antonopoulos: Really area talents really to do that.

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Matteo Sisto: To manage the volunteers per se or

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Matteo Sisto: There is some little volunteers increase

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Matteo Sisto: That's not on a Friday I understood that social sector that is not super

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Panos Antonopoulos: I wouldn't say fine. I will say that the problem is to find the volunteers, but Manson and give you know keep them.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Interested interested

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Matteo Sisto: Anybody else wants to say something in this area.

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, I'm fine with that. I was expecting a bit more of you guys speaking a lot about this and you know told me everything about the challenges.

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Matteo Sisto: Tonic summed it up.

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Matteo Sisto: And you're going to go through this third

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Matteo Sisto: Question. Okay, so, following the presentation. Is there any tool that you will do like to try or learn more about

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Matteo Sisto: And please consider also like the other things I said at the beginning of the presentation. That's like there is a lot of topics for which

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Matteo Sisto: Me a. Net Squared in general can provide information, knowledge, and you know support in general to nonprofit organizations, starting from this is all marketing up to

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Matteo Sisto: I don't know, analytics, or whatever you guys need there is something that you would like to know about more

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Lemonia Moraiti: Absolutely, because of the position I currently hold them in terms of communications and I think that

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Lemonia Moraiti: Managing social media analytics and

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Lemonia Moraiti: Like Facebook ads and more insights and all of these things.

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Lemonia Moraiti: Are kind of what I'm expecting to take away

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Matteo Sisto: That's great. And like can ask you something. Because like on this topic. I have some ideas that I wanted to give you back. I will be, I don't know, like I'm, I'm thinking about some

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Matteo Sisto: Make like the make the next event on SEO that. Do you think it's something that could be interesting for you, like how to use for example Yoast SEO plugin and to create a strategy that will support your containing

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Lemonia Moraiti: I think that would be very interesting.

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Matteo Sisto: So like there is a lot of topics that can be covered through like a communications and like also I mean there's another topic of thinking about that is I don't know if you're familiar with the words on

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Matteo Sisto: Pillar content methodology. It's like something that was created by an American guy that's that works with CEO, fundamentally, it is to create

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Matteo Sisto: A big piece of big article. This will answer a lot of different questions around a single topic and in this way you will be able to, you know, run up in the long run better in Google. And that will, you know, benefit from through all of them.

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Lemonia Moraiti: I wasn't familiar with that.

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Lemonia Moraiti: I think I can say yes.

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah, I'll

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Matteo Sisto: send you some awesome somebody about everything that I've talked about. So like

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Lemonia Moraiti: You know now.

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Matteo Sisto: Don't worry, no need to write down anything and somebody seeing some in general, my status as well.

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Matteo Sisto: Can you tell me a bit more of what you would like to learn. I mean, like, how can I help you, this is my question from them, actually.

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Matteo Sisto: Tell me what she wants to learn what you want to go in there in two weeks time

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Matteo Sisto: There is really 1000 different topics that we can touch upon and I will. I would love to support you project management tools for non GMO guys

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Matteo Sisto: I would really love to, you know, to know better what to give you is like this. This first event was really introductory and like I wanted to learn better. Who are the people that had in front of me.

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Matteo Sisto: And tell them what we can do together.

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Lemonia Moraiti: It's fine. My add something I think also the aspect of the management of volunteers. Sounds interesting. It's something that

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Lemonia Moraiti: We don't really do in a professional way because we all have very informal friendly connections with with everyone. We are about 500 volunteers in Greece. Now, or less. We know it's Heather.

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Lemonia Moraiti: But when it comes to training or information flow keeping volunteers engaged and all of these things. I think it's kind of time to step it up and maybe see what we can do for our human resources.

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Matteo Sisto: Sounds interesting. Um, do you use any formal process. I mean like onboarding you mention trainings and

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Lemonia Moraiti: Whatnot um, the thing is that we're

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Lemonia Moraiti: Kind of an umbrella organization and national umbrella organization for more local sections that are 90 in organizations in Greece, and they try and have them and it's one is based in a higher education institution in a university and it's one of them has its own procedures internally.

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Lemonia Moraiti: So it's a bit of a complex

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Lemonia Moraiti: Thing going on, but there are a few

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Lemonia Moraiti: common strategies that it's local section does when it comes to onboarding and now let's transfer

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Matteo Sisto: Um, do you use any particular tools for

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Matteo Sisto: That. So I mean, like, or just volunteer. So, you know,

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Matteo Sisto: For more like just to get better.

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Matteo Sisto: When you give you

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Lemonia Moraiti: Um, it's mostly offline when it comes to the sections. It's mostly offline. So you have physical meetings and

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Lemonia Moraiti: We also have national training events happening where we have the chance to actually see where what the level is and pass on more know let's

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Lemonia Moraiti: We use a forum for internal communication and to discuss current issues. So we do have a forum as the main Information Portal, but when it comes to management and training. It's mostly just forum and then informal Facebook groups where we can bond and get to know each other.

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Lemonia Moraiti: So no specific platform.

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Lemonia Moraiti: For onboarding

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Matteo Sisto: Or just

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Matteo Sisto: You know I'm it makes sense to me like I was just, I have some ideas in mind and like I wanted movie, be sure you're, you're not using anything

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Matteo Sisto: And somebody else wants to tell me what you guys would like to know better about

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Stamatia K.: If they could add to that, I would really be interested in information flow and how can we make people more not only others but also ourselves more accountable for example.

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Stamatia K.: We have tried to Santa. We have tried tread low we use Slack.

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Stamatia K.: As the except for forum that we use for our entire organization and the same organization as pneumonia. The previous speaker, but for more

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Stamatia K.: formal communication between the national level, we use Slack, but we have a problem when it comes to smaller tasks and that's why we go back and forth between our son in law.

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Stamatia K.: So information flow and

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Stamatia K.: Maybe some

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Matteo Sisto: What would you mean by it. I mean like internal communication. You mean

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Stamatia K.: Yeah, I think.

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Matteo Sisto: Not Sorry sir, because like when you said information. I was started to think about, you know, knowledge management and like data strategy is to gather data and then analyze I was completely out of

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That

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Stamatia K.: That will also be very useful because sometimes it's

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Stamatia K.: Between the national and local levers. We try to breed that

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Stamatia K.: With our forum, but still there is also an international level and you see there is a bit of complex way of information to flow and we would like to get some tips about

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, anybody

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Panos Antonopoulos: Mattel and really interesting

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Panos Antonopoulos: In tools, how to invest money metrics, how to measure the impact of our organization, our initiatives everything know a to keep tracking of everything in order to make it, make it easier

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Panos Antonopoulos: And our boards and see

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Matteo Sisto: I had recently done something on this side. And it was really, really interesting and like and started to use data studio

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Matteo Sisto: In order to visualize that you create dashboards. Also my records on Google Analytics Facebook and all social media is something that's you thought you wanted, or you had something more specific in mind.

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Matteo Sisto: Hmm.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Yeah, that's that's insane. That's the thing, because if you want to do this, you need to gather all the information you know for many different aspects of this presentation a data digital social media. So it's really tricky and difficult sometimes

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Panos Antonopoulos: For some for us because we have a different the written differently, the actual beneficial.

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Panos Antonopoulos: And emerging in the online world in the physical world. So sometimes it's difficult to to gather everything to I can find actually your, your impact.

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Panos Antonopoulos: If we try really hard to do that. So I would really love to find a tool or a combination of tools to make it easier

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, maybe we can speak a bit about that.

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Matteo Sisto: Because like that's in my inbox and individualized. It's not super easy. So topic and a nice to be able to do it in a couple of classes or whatnot, but I can give you a first. You know, like an introduction to these things.

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Matteo Sisto: Without much problem, but like, maybe you know say say with me two seconds at the end of the presentation and like will will speak a bit about that.

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Matteo Sisto: Again, for me, but thank you.

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Matteo Sisto: Anybody else wants to chip in what you guys would like to do, I'm going to also send out some in our questionnaire trying to understand what you guys really want to

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Matteo Sisto: Do you already gave me a baseline idea of through the survey through today. And if there is nobody else wants to speak, which is totally fine. We can close up this part.

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Matteo Sisto: Will give you the most second

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Matteo Sisto: Thank you very much.

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Matteo Sisto: Let's move back to the last

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Matteo Sisto: Points so so seeing wrap up. Let's get all of this together and

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Matteo Sisto: I really wanted to thank the people that remained until the end to listen to my annoying voice so long and thank you for the input you know like

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Matteo Sisto: Even if you just say a couple of words that was really important to maybe it's like it helps me to get a better idea of what we'll do together and said there was going to be another event on the 30th of April topic to be decided something probably

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Matteo Sisto: Digital Marketing

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Matteo Sisto: And the other one will be a little bit more. I will have a little bit more time to prepare. So like we can think about something of the very interesting points that you guys raised in terms of tools that you would like to explore if if somebody wants to stay few minutes after

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Matteo Sisto: The end of this presentation that it's now.

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Matteo Sisto: Feel free to, you know, to stay up be very happy to chat with all of you that wanted to stay but

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Matteo Sisto: As it is, it's 730 we're perfectly in time to finish our meeting. I'm really happy. Thank you guys for for your participation for being with me. During this experiment, and I hope I didn't bore board you too much.

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Matteo Sisto: So, see you next time.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: May ask a question.

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah. Yeah, please.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: How, how can we get informed, like I know where thing where the researchers FOR THE NEXT DAY ACTIVITY IS OUR. But how could we get a for more regularly about such events from you guys from

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Spyros Tsoukalas: That's where the

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Matteo Sisto: Human from Net Squared, I think, okay, there is a definitely a global community where you I can send you a link. Let's put it this way, if you register through Meetup.

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Matteo Sisto: I have all your, your emails.

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Matteo Sisto: And I should be able to send you on a sort of follow up from everything we said today, and like a definitely make sure to include all that. But if you go to next squared.org

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Matteo Sisto: If I'm not mistaken, it should be finding all the events.

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Matteo Sisto: With Net Squared organized and I said this is some international group. Most of the events are in English because they have done in Silicon Valley or like in English speaking countries.

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Matteo Sisto: And they go towards really deep in terms of technology. I mean, like, one of the last event.

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Matteo Sisto: I was looking at it was about some how to use artificial intelligence and chatbots to, you know, to engage better with your beneficiaries.

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Matteo Sisto: And that was really interesting. A bit too high level for me. But like, this is really interesting to know that these sorts of things exist and you can actually adapt that to your own organization so i think thats related to your question.

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Spyros Tsoukalas: Thanks.

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Panels

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Matteo Sisto: Nobody else wants to say

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Matteo Sisto: Maybe somebody else wants to listen to

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Matteo Sisto: We're starting something so like I I really would like to create a community that interested about these things and I'm just here for this so I'm to your complete disposal.

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Matteo Sisto: Let me know what you tell me what you, what, what can I can do for you.

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Panos Antonopoulos: You know, first of all, thank you for your presentation on the horn incentive really interesting and do for me. I'm an ID so gay I'm accustomed to using tools and

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Panos Antonopoulos: Developing passwords everything. So yeah, I was really interested to say a citizen of other organizations in Greece to so yeah and i think i have seen a gap, you know, in its using NGOs in Greece and center or, you know, of course, based on the on the actual

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Panos Antonopoulos: Say section of

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Panos Antonopoulos: Their work into. So the thing is, yeah, there is a gap, especially with older people and

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Panos Antonopoulos: Also, based on the the sector, but I think it's really important to do what you do and try and make them.

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Panos Antonopoulos: make introductions to other tools or to create a community and everything. So yeah, it's curious to see how it goes. And I would really love to see more people

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Panos Antonopoulos: From organizations, they don't use, they don't know how to use tool so that they they have an actual problem, you know, actually. So yeah, that's

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Panos Antonopoulos: That's something tricky because if they maybe it's difficult for them to be in here in, zoom, you know, and

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Panos Antonopoulos: You

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Panos Antonopoulos: Correct and ask questions.

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Matteo Sisto: That's why, that's why we usually have those events.

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Matteo Sisto: Physical you know like net squares. It's built up to organize physical events, of course, nowadays is not possible. And I would really prefer to have a physical events because I'm more youth, but now I'm you know I had fun on zoom but you definitely, definitely. So what she said. I mean, like,

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Matteo Sisto: People with older age have different propensity to use technology and like tools like zoom might be a barrier to them, you know, like I was really not shocked about, you know, impressed to see the level of like

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Matteo Sisto: Digital awareness and use of digital tools in the organization that spoke. I was expecting to have way lower level of

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Matteo Sisto: digitalization let's put it this way. So that was quite cool.

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Matteo Sisto: So before you asked about impact. Correct.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Mm hmm. Yeah, you know,

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Panos Antonopoulos: What one. We're seeing a yeah the the impact is sometimes we're talking, you know, with the team, how to do that.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Because it's reasonable for us to create a to keep tracking the beneficiaries and to measure the impact we have, you know, direct or indirect and also to create the annual reports that are really important for

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Panos Antonopoulos: For evaluation or for a get fund funding. So, of course,

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Panos Antonopoulos: It's difficult to every time to remember to just, you know, put a number or to do that. So yeah, it's a really a really talented to do that for the whole you know the whole last year, for example.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Yeah. And we really we have created, you know, some tools, but I will love to if if there is a specific process or a combination of tools. So, you know, some

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Panos Antonopoulos: Ideas. I love to hear about that.

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Matteo Sisto: No, no, definitely investigate that a little bit more. There's like a bit crazy for metrics and these sorts of things.

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Matteo Sisto: And like

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Matteo Sisto: I've been. I've been studying starting this whole process of technology and digital transformation for nonprofits organizations, one with

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Matteo Sisto: The idea to bring their the Lean Methodology into the nonprofit organization lean methodologies and methodology for startup or like no like business organization that's like it's really strong on using metrics.

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Matteo Sisto: You know, validate them and try to understand if what you're doing is working on our iterative levels. So like it's a cycle that starts with, you know, building measuring learning. But again, doing better. And like I think that this is what nonprofit organizations would need a bit more so.

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Matteo Sisto: I'll definitely try to find if there is an easy way to do it. I, I know that there are some software for reporting that are quite interesting. However, all the ones I know don't have

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Matteo Sisto: You know their their their paid software. It's mostly time. So, but I would definitely investigate a bit more. And what I wanted to tell us this like again like forum.

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Matteo Sisto: For everything that is about metrics for life visualization of results and trying to understand a bit better. The impact of nonprofit organization I use data to do that. It's quite simple, like a doesn't have

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Matteo Sisto: A lot of you know power in terms or engine. It's not a business intelligence.

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Matteo Sisto: Software, but some for many organizations we work by fine you know like if you need to do a robust statistical analysis.

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Matteo Sisto: Or some sort of regression or anything, you will use something else. If you just need to have a software that automatically connects with your data entry point from your website.

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Matteo Sisto: Your Facebook and like all the other software, you have this is perfect. And I have a template I wanted to share with you but like I am.

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Matteo Sisto: There is a new GDPR thing and like there is a 500 things that I need to review and I cannot access this now, or like it just send everything. Fine.

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Matteo Sisto: But click Accept. Let me go on. No.

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Matteo Sisto: Okay, we're done.

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Matteo Sisto: Coming up

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Panos Antonopoulos: Just said something great.

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Matteo Sisto: Okay.

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Matteo Sisto: To do like template us from hallway it's like super amazing organization that deals mostly with communication technology and nonprofit organization and they've created this template that it's really customizable. It's free. Like does

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Matteo Sisto: The knife fight. Yeah. So you see like this is other material connected with my

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Matteo Sisto: Google Analytics.

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Matteo Sisto: And we showed those in this very special monthly exists.

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Matteo Sisto: And should be connected also with other things. I don't know if this is something that's like I could be of interest to you or like with like a bitch. Your

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Matteo Sisto: Questions or anything.

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Panos Antonopoulos: It's it's a there's pros.

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Panos Antonopoulos: To connect say whatever you can. There

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah, you know, like come not all the connections are free, meaning that you know like another studio, you need to have a data source, and then

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Matteo Sisto: Obviously session. Okay, those are all pieces like this is a piece that's like I put here because they needed that and like

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Matteo Sisto: It feeds all the data directly from my Google Analytics account. And I can also connect the bodies of this social network that like a you

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Panos Antonopoulos: All

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Matteo Sisto: Worth connect the dinosaurs with this program are free and like I tried a couple times to do it.

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Matteo Sisto: By myself, but it's a bit tricky. Especially if you move a lot of data that's in this way. So for example, I was doing that with my whole

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Matteo Sisto: Facebook account and like it was 500 1000 lines of

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Matteo Sisto: 500 data points and like just crazy. I went a bit mad but if this is something that would interest you all

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Matteo Sisto: Read it up a little bit more about that.

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Panos Antonopoulos: seems really they're saying, I'm going to take a look into that. Thank you very much.

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Panos Antonopoulos: I feel bad, you have for keeping you here.

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Matteo Sisto: Only one another. No, I'm really hear me, like, this is my

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Matteo Sisto: Like my parents and my pleasure, all I got. I'm happy that there is somebody I can so use me as you like and also your email I got it.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Thank you very much. And one more thing I would like to serve you, because I let's say I'm in the same position. The last three weeks because you know all the people, many organizations men people their child racing to me in to us organization to ask us

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Panos Antonopoulos: How to do things on the web, you know, because of the coronavirus tracer because they didn't have the capacity to

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Panos Antonopoulos: Do rates, the beneficiaries. They have internet and they don't know how to, you know, stream or how to have it worked hard to have a webinar.

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Panos Antonopoulos: Or a learning everything. It's what we do. So yeah, I know. I think no one message that maybe they know how to do it, but I really think it's

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Panos Antonopoulos: going viral right now. And I think many organizations, they will be interesting. Interesting. The in this, how to to stream and how to make a webinar like let's now zoom folks. Oh.

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah, no, that's definitely a good topic, you know, like I it's very hard for me to find a topic that would be of interest to other people because I tend to read so much. I'm like, I'm a huge nerd. You know, like

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Matteo Sisto: I really spent 70% of my life just reading and getting to understand what's out there. So, like, to me, those things have been done so many times that became boring.

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Matteo Sisto: And, but, like, No, you're right. I mean, like, this is the sort of feedback that I need some people are not like me. That's the first thing I should go and of course like this is something that is booming. Not all the people that are working nonprofit organizations are

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Matteo Sisto: You know proficiency, or like a Fitbit desire, you know, like basic thing. So that's definitely also something that's

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Panos Antonopoulos: That's what we hear and what I'm hearing and what they they says for the search for know they asked, they asked for it for learning webinars and

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Panos Antonopoulos: Streaming or a combination. I want to do this interview or two to hold this webinar. But how can also streaming, for example, it's, you know,

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Panos Antonopoulos: It's an interesting area for many for many people, they actually sounds really new for them.

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Matteo Sisto: Hundred percent. I mean, like, I see that with my own parents, you know that I've never had that zoom conversation and now they're forced to have it or whatever. But some

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Matteo Sisto: Also something that might have been off putting. For the people to participate in. So that was everything was in English. You know, like I

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Matteo Sisto: Might my Greek is not even basic my greatest novel.

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Matteo Sisto: And I think that, of course, is a barrier. So that's why I'm also trying to, you know, create a community of people that can actually be local. Because this is what is needed.

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Matteo Sisto: It's not me coming from outside. It's somebody from your community speak your language to actually have any I'm here, just as a

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Matteo Sisto: Starting point I want to. I'm a big bang.

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Panos Antonopoulos: So thank you again for everything and probably say next time I I tried to be here again. And they also promote the next event.

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Matteo Sisto: Very much.

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Matteo Sisto: Thank

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Matteo Sisto: You. Thank you. Thank you very much.

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Matteo Sisto: And if you, you know, like I am I don't like to be a one man show. Actually, I mean like my knowledge is limited and like I get very bored and speaking too much with people about complex topics.

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Matteo Sisto: And if you feel like you know being a speaker in one of those events is definitely something that is possible. You know you already mentioned about

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Matteo Sisto: The webinar that everybody talks to you about that.

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Matteo Sisto: Some more than happy to

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Matteo Sisto: If you want to collaborate or she wants to do anything to give you some place.

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Panos Antonopoulos: That I can be the same. The only thing is, you know, then they limited time. I love to do that. Let's listen. Let's talk about that.

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Matteo Sisto: Yeah, no, we don't we don't rush me without

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Panos Antonopoulos: Again,

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Matteo Sisto: Thank you very much, and I wish you a good day and

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Panos Antonopoulos: You're doing it to my friends.

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Matteo Sisto: Take care. That's how

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Panos Antonopoulos: My mind.