Charity Digital’s #BeMoreDigital conference will give charities at every stage in their digital journey the chance to learn and improve the way they use tech – from data use to digital fundraising and digital leadership.
We’re thrilled to announce that Trillium will be joining us as sponsors at our #BeMoreDigital 2020 conference on the 5th of March at the Olympia Conference Centre.
Trillium specialise in delivering digital transformation for charity and membership organisations. By bringing together strategy, digital and CRM, they remodel user experience, with a focus on acquisition, retention and engagement. Their CRM and website solutions provide charities with the insights and tools to develop innovative fundraising approaches, connect with supporters and manage relationships with donors.
In the spirit of digital transformation, Trillium have recently launched their ’Innovation Challenge’. Aimed at organisations facing digital problems that require some creative thinking, with this initiative Trillium are looking to partner with organisations dealing with unique digital challenges. Your organisation could win 12 days of consultancy and development, with them delivering proof of concept for innovation.
Trillium have previously partnered with us for our inaugural Digital Fundraising Day online conference. Their webinar (‘People over platform: Top tips to keep your fundraising goals front of mind during digital transformation’) focused on the importance of finding the right platform for your supporter base, rather than shoe-horning your requirements into an already-chosen platform. The team from Trillium also covered a possible sector-wide dependence on ageing and outdated fundraising platforms that may not have the right insights.
Last year’s first-ever Charity Tech Conference was a huge success, as we were joined by over 200 charity delegates for an exciting and informative day of learning and discussion. This year we have even bigger plans – as we plan to welcome over 300 charity delegates for a programme of 16 sessions and 5 interactive panels across 4 main topic areas.
The purpose of the conference is to equip charities with the knowledge, skills and support they need to implement digital culture, tech and skills into their organisation. We found that many charities were scared or put off by the term ‘digital transformation’. When we dug a little deeper it became clear that it’s not about transformation, but rather focusing on how charities can #BeMoreDigital.
We look forward to announcing further speakers and partners in the lead-up to the event.
Discounted ‘Early-Bird’ tickets are available for a limited time only. Book now to secure tickets at a discounted rate.