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Getting started with digital transformation in your charity – Breakfast Briefing: 22nd June 2017

According to the Charity Digital Skills Report, 68% of charities think that digital will change the charity sector to a great extent. Yet the report also found that only 9% of charities have been through and embedded digital transformation.
Many respondents cited skills and lack of funding as the biggest barriers to getting more from digital.

With limited resources and new challenges facing the voluntary sector, how can charities get started on their digital transformation journey?

Join us for the second of a series of workshops for charity executives focused on digital transformation. If your charity is in the early stages of your digital transformation journey, this workshop is for you.

We invite you to a 90-minute breakfast session to discuss:

  • Things to consider before you start
  • Understanding the way you work today
  • Collaborative planning for transformation
  • Success factors

This workshop is focused on getting started on your digital transformation journey with Salesforce CRM.
Salesforce is the world’s #1 CRM tool, used by over 30,000 non-profits worldwide.

Who should attend?

  • Charity directors
  • Senior managers
  • Trustees
  • IT managers

Book here.

Why bother with digital transformation?

Digital transformation in charities – white paper

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