DRIVE 2014 Conference

DRIVE 2014 Conference
March 4-5, 2014

Hyatt Regency Bellevue | Seattle's Eastside, Bellevue, WA
Registration Fee:  $425

DRIVE stands for Data, Reporting, Information and Visualization Exchange. DRIVE is a preeminent gathering of innovative IT/data professionals from education, commercial industry & non-profit organizations. We are a passionate community of professionals seeking excellence in the art & science of data and how it benefits us both personally and professionally.

Currently, there are people registered from more than 130 organizations, six of the Ivys, and from more than half of the universities that raised more than $300 million in FY2012, among others. The event will sell out at 450 attendees.

APRA and DRIVE – Synergy Exploration
Tuesday, March 4
Following the keynote presentation in the auditorium

Join us for an interactive session designed to look at key skills and knowledge needed to be successful in fundraising analytics. APRA will present its new Body of Knowledge, which covers all three domains in Prospect Research, Analytics, and Relationship management. In this, emphasis will be placed on the core competencies needed for professionals in Analytics at the entry and advanced levels and how you can build them through resources at APRA and the DRIVE conference curriculum. Year-round educational opportunities will be highlighted, including the new Data Analytics Boot Camp, scheduled for the fall of 2014. We want to hear from you, as a DRIVE attendee, how APRA membership can support learning in our dynamic field!

DRIVE 2014 speaker highlights:

  • Howard Behar, Former President of Starbucks Coffee Company
  • Ken Jennings, 74-time world champion, Jeopardy!
  • Elissa Fink, Chief Marketing Officer, Tableau Software
  • Matthew Alexander, Manager, Advanced Analytics, Walt Disney
  • Brent Dykes, Adobe Web Analytics

Learn more and register today.

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