From 17th– 18th February, CHASE 2015 will take place at the Business Design Centre in London.
A programme of 60 free seminars will give delegates new ideas and practical resources to improve their use of technology. Case studies are a key feature of this year’s event, giving delegates the chance to learn from others who have found successful solutions to specific challenges.
Particularly popular sessions include:
- Thames Hospice, sharing their experience of starting a new lottery platform to raise extra funds.
- Blood Cancer UK, on how outsourcing registration has allowed them to recruit 70,000 donors in 12 months.
- Victim Support, discussing why and how they became the first charity to create a crowdfunding platform.
- Greenpeace International, on their experience of implementing a new fundraising system from scratch.
- Shelter, on how they used technology to drive real value for the charity.
Microsoft, Paypal Giving Fund, Blackbaud, Security Dialog and Advanced NFP all confirmed to speak. Exhibitors include a wide range of technology providers, fundraising suppliers, CRM specialists, data protection providers and online and mobile payment experts.
Michelle Moran, Exhibition Director, said: “We work hard to make sure that CHASE brings new ideas and services to delegates every year. That’s really important, because the environment for both charities and associations is changing fast. When delegates leave the event, we want to make sure that they are armed with the knowledge they need to make a success of whatever the year ahead has in store for them. Delegates know that they can rely on us to deliver a lively event that will really get them thinking.”
Click here to register for free.
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