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Rhodri Davies, Head of Policy for Charities Aid Foundation, explores what the emergence of unique digital assets will mean for the charity sector.
John Onion, Managing Director of digital marketing agency upriseUp, explains the role of marketing automation for charities - how it can help them solve their GDPR woes and encourage supporter action with more personalised engagement.
Mike Buonaiuto, Founder and Executive Director of social change agency Shape History, explains how charities can be agents of positive change this Pride using social media and digital storytelling.
Elizabeth Carter, manager of Tech Trust’s tt-mail email marketing service, explains five great ways charities can use email automation, from attracting new donors to GDPR compliant communications.
Sally Dyson, Head of Digital Participation, SCVO, argues that charities' approach to data collection and storage is holding them back from truly making waves with their data.
Mandy Johnson, Chief Executive of the Small Charities Coalition, explains why the game of netball has a lot in common with digital projects- and what charities can learn from it to give them a sporting chance.
Kathy Valdes, Managing Director of digital skills provider Digital Unite argues that a digital credentialing system is the way to recognise valuable volunteers and motivate people to share their skills with the charity sector.
CAF’s Head of Policy delves into how AI will affect human behaviour itself, and what this will mean for charities.
Kathy Valdes, Managing Director at Digital Unite argues that digital technology is ever-evolving, and skills programmes should be too.
Ron Moody, CEO of Connect Assist, says you must ensure your helpline provider's systems are fully in line with GDPR before contacting donors or users.