We're very grateful for the generous sponsors of our events. It is their support that allows us not only to put on this conference, but also to give full or partial scholarships to many of the attendees who need them in order to attend. Thank You! Title Sponsors of the Social Tech Training   Communicopia creates revolutionary branding, design, technology, and interactive marketing solutions for sustainability-minded companies and innovative non-profits. With offices in Vancouver and Toronto, we serve a global client mix of organizations working at the leading edge of change. MaRS is a non-profit innovation centre connecting science, technology and social entrepreneurs with business skills, networks and capital to stimulate innovation and accelerate the creation and growth of successful Canadian enterprises.Network Sponsors of the Social Tech Training   Business Objects (an SAP company) is the world's leading business intelligence (BI) software company, with more than 35,000 customers worldwide, including over 80 percent of the Fortune 500. Business Objects helps organizations of all sizes create a trusted foundation for decision making, gain better insight into their business, and optimize performance. Business Objects has dual headquarters in San Jose, CA, and Paris, France.  Advocacy Online is a leading provider of e-campaigning technology and services. AO software is used to mobilize campaigners from dozens of organizations in the United Kingdom, Canada, Europe and Australia.   Renewal Partners is building a portfolio of businesses for which the natural world and societal well-being are of equal importance to financial return. We believe that profitable enterprises with maximized social good are a necessary formula for a viable economic future, and we focus on supporting ventures based in British Columbia. Care2 is the largest online community of people passionate about making a difference. Whether you’re passionate about green living, health, human rights or protecting the environment, Care2 puts the tools for change in your hands.  Scholarship Sponsors of the Social Tech Training Artez builds web and technology-based products and services that empower individuals to engage in active relationships with charities, associations, and other nonprofit organizations. The Centre for Social Innovation is a dynamic space in downtown Toronto, Canada. Our mission is to spark and support new ideas that are tackling the social, environmental, economic and cultural challenges we face today. Idealware provides candid Consumer-Reports-style reviews and articles about software of interest to nonprofits. Through product comparisons, recommendations, case studies, and software news, Idealware allows nonprofits to make the software decisions that will help them be more effective.  Social Signal is an online strategy company that works with business, government and non-profit clients to create engaging, mission-driven online communities. With a unique expertise in maximizing online participation, we can help you create site concepts, blueprints and engagement plans that turn web sites into active, dynamic communities. Our projects include creating NetSquared.org for Compumentor, the Green Gifts Facebook application for BC Hydro and ChangeEverything.ca for Vancity Credit Union.  Social Innovation Generation (SiG) is an exciting national initiative devoted to building the capacity for social change in Canada through tipping whole systems for innovation. Our ultimate goal is to allow social innovations to flourish. In-Kind Sponsors of Web of ChangeCreate and maintain dynamic Drupal websites – no technical knowledge required.Socialtext captures the best features of web-native tools called "wikis" and "weblogs" and brings them inside your enterprise to create a collaboration and knowledge tool that works the way people do.


"Imagine a civilized north-south exchange, a serene setting providing for all your basic needs, a gathering bringing together hard working, wonky, driven, and passionate beings engaging diverse communities. Web of Change participants are coming up with answers to perennially difficult questions around justice, fairness, the pursuit of happiness and how we can construct and sustain good governance."
Ibrahim Abdul-Matin