On 21st May between 9am – 4.30pm, CharityComms is holding a ‘Digital transformation conference’ in London.
If your charity isn’t operating effectively in the digital space, engaging with potential and existing supporters and beneficiaries, you can be sure one of your competitors will be ready to take them off your hands. So your charity will have to change. Digital can no longer be seen as a bolt on to existing offerings. Instead it needs to permeate every aspect of your organisation.
So what does a digitally healthy charity look like? How is it organised? What policies, processes and strategies does it have in place? What are the emerging digital developments, where are they likely to take us and how are charities responding, innovating and skilling-up to be fit for the future?
Explore these and other questions with your peers for a day of knowledge sharing, practical workshops, case studies, strategy-focused breakouts, discussions and structured and networking.
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