December 4 is drawing nearer, and Wiring the Social Economy is seeking sponsors and volunteers for the day of the event.

Registration fees only cover half of our expenses, and most of the work put into making Wiring the Social Economy happen is time, effort, and money donated by a team of community volunteers. Sponsoring the event is a wonderful way to help out, and it keeps registration affordable and accessible, and allows us to increase arts and culture content as well as provide on-the-day programming (for example, on-site lunch). We have three levels of sponsorship available; please follow the link to learn more.

We are also putting out a call for volunteers for the day of the event. We need volunteers in three areas: event logistics (ex. set up and take down, coat check, A/V), facilitation (helping with event pitching and sessions), and note-taking. Volunteering gets you a free registration to the event – learn more here.

We’ll be announcing our line-up of keynote speakers soon, so stay tuned and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook for to-the-minute updates.