The nature-based project space is lacking transparency. But transparency is what is needed to build successful relations with clients and supporters.

With geo-transparent communication, we can ground truth our storytelling in space and time. This creates a new communication paradigm as well as a challenge. We have to upgrade from PDF, social media snippet-based, communication towards full transparent communication rooted in geospatial data.

To support such transparent communication, we are building a webinar series. In the first webinar session, we will show how easy it is to build up a map-based project communication without programming skills.

We will show examples of beautiful and successful map-based project presentations which are used for successful fundraising.

We warmly welcome you to join.

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