How to optimise digital momentum created during COVID-19

02 July 2020
13:00 - 14:00
Online

 

While COVID has been troubling and difficult for a lot of orgaisations, a shining light has been that so many have had their hand forced when it comes to adopting digital change, and many charities are not only surviving but thriving.

 

One of those charities is Thirtyone:eight, the only independent Christian safeguarding charity offering organisations a complete safeguarding solution. Over the last few years, this involved a major internal restructure, a rebrand and complete overhaul of their IT systems (including CRM and website). Their digital transformation has been key to increasing awareness of the services they provide and advancing their cause.

 

This webinar welcomes digital adoption specialist Trillium and UK Charity Thirtyone:eight to discuss how taking the digital plunge has enabled them to be agile, responsive and supportive at the most challenging of times.

 

In this webinar you’ll hear how:

  • Thirtyone:eight created an internal digital mindset to ensure the success of their digital transformation
  • Which parts of this transformation were key to their resilience during Covid-19 lockdown
  • How they optimised increased user confidence in digital platforms to create new services
  • How they reached a new audience (and other lessons learnt from changing their approach at pace).

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Featured Speakers


Chris Hall

Marketing Manager
Charity Digital

Alan Perestrello

Co Founder & Director
Trillium

Claudia Bell

Head of Learning and Influence
Thirtyone:eight

Peter Wright

Head of Marketing
Thirtyone:eight

Mimi Morrill

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