The FSI Skills Conference is providing free places for small charities with an annual turnover under £1.5 million to access a choice of 11 expert speakers on a range of core topics, including ‘Developing a Website on a Shoestring’, ‘Marketing and Branding’ and ‘Cloud Computing.’
Pauline Broomhead, CEO of the FSI said: “The small charity Trustees and leaders we work with highlight accessing the expertise they need to run their organisations as effectively as possible as one of their greatest difficulties alongside developing fundraising skills.
Running a charity is just as complex as running any small business. Keeping up to date with current trends, technologies and legislative changes is crucial if your organisation is to work as efficiently as possible. It can often be a minefield knowing where to look for advice and support, so whether ensuring you are up to date on the changes on pensions and gift aid to providing the best digital tools for your organisation to connect with your key stakeholders the free skills conference provides you with the knowledge you need.
We are therefore delighted to be able to provide this conference which is bringing experts in various back-office skills in one place to share their knowledge and expertise with small charities for free.”
For more information on the sessions available and to book a place, go to the FSI website.
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