Pepperdine’s Geoffrey H. Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law will host an innovative giving conference entitled, “Mobile Giving Demystified,” from Sept. 27 to 28 at the Villa Grazadio Executive Center, Room LC 150. Co-hosted with the Innogive Foundation and the Graziadio School of Business and Management, the conference aims to teach participants about the latest in mobile giving tools and strategies that can enhance the reach and relevance of non-profits both large and small.
The more than notable 50 speakers include Pepperdine University President Andrew Benton; Ken Barun, former senior vice president of McDonalds Corporation and CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities Worldwide; Michael Iaccarino, CEO of Mobile Messenger; and Paige Hemmis, philanthropist and motivational character on the ABC show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. View the list of conference speakers.
This conference will demystify,
simplify, and educate attendees about the best practices in mobile and other
innovative giving communication solutions, from SMS appeals to custom apps. With
multiple breakout sessions on topics such as privacy matters and understanding
the mobile user, the instructional classes will provide the opportunity for
attendees to discuss their own current mobile giving strategies with likeminded
The Palmer Center was established in the fall of 2000 with its dual-focus on entrepreneurship and law. The innovative 16-unit certificate program assists law students in pursuing alternative career paths, and provides its fellows with the necessary education and training to succeed in the fields of business, finance, real estate, entertainment, intellectual property, and technology.
Visit the Palmer Center or register today.