Interact donates money to UK Epilepsy Charity
4th September 2012 – Interact, a leading supplier in intelligent intranet software has announced that it will be donating money to the UK charity ‘Epilepsy Action’ from ticket sales for its UK intranet conference, Interaction 2012.
Five pounds from every ticket sold for the conference will be donated to Epilepsy Action – the largest member-led epilepsy organisation in Britain that acts as the voice for people with epilepsy and the many other people on whose lives the condition has an impact.
Mark Morton Digital Media Manager, commented:
“We’re honoured to be the official charity for Interaction 2012. Epilepsy Action is the UK’s leading epilepsy organisation and Interact’s kind donation will make a real difference to the advice and support we provide and the campaigning and research we do for people with epilepsy.”
Interact’s CEO and Founder, Nigel Danson comments:
“Epilepsy Action is a fantastic charity that does wonderful work for people with Epilepsy and I speak on behalf of everyone at Interact by saying we are delighted to be contributing to the organisation.
We hope that the money we donate will assist with the continuous work that Epilepsy Action strives to do every day and that our support will help to raise the profile of this brilliant charity.”
Interaction is the UK’s largest intranet focused event which promises to be even bigger this year with an estimated 180 delegates scheduled to attend on October 3rd, at the American Square Conference Centre in London. It gives attendees the opportunity to listen and network with global intranet experts including Martin White, James Robertson and Janus Boye, to acquire the knowledge necessary to achieve and implement an essential intranet.
Sponsored by Interact, CMS Wire and IBF the event will consist of a number of key-note sessions with global intranet experts, followed by dual streams of break-out sessions that attendees can select to join and the chance to view award winning intranets in action. The conference is open to intranet managers, communications and HR professionals, Interact Intranet users and everyone with an interest in intranets.
For the full schedule, complete speaker list and to register, see the conference web site: www.intranetconference.com
All non-profit organisations with a registered charity number get a 20% discount off the ticket price of Interaction 2012 – enter code: charity20 at the checkout
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About Interact Intranet
Interact Intranet is intelligent intranet software created by Interact. The flexible and scalable solution has more than 500,000 users and has revolutionised the way companies communicate, collaborate, share knowledge, and streamline internal processes. It has a unique Intelligence Store which logs information such as browsing routes, search entries, document ratings and hits and uses this information to promote content to users. Interact Intranet promotes a culture of collaboration and idea sharing by using corporate social networking and micro blogs. Non-technical users can quickly and easily update the intranet.
Founded in 1996 with headquarters in the UK, Interact operates globally and is one of the fastest growing intranet software and web development companies. With well over a decade of experience Interact has built a strong reputation of delivering successful and collaborative intranet solutions to leading companies.
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About Epilepsy Action
Epilepsy affects 600,000 people in the UK. Epilepsy Action campaigns to improve epilepsy services and raise awareness of epilepsy. It also provides a national network of support groups, funds a specialist nurse scheme, holds regular regional conferences and has a freephone and email helpline. For more information visit www.epilepsy.org.uk