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Advanced data analytics for fundraisers
Advanced data analytics for fundraisers

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Edition 33 of Cuttings - our fortnightly round up of news from around the charity and data analysis world. #charitytuesday
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Edition 32 of Cuttings - our round up of news and views from around the charity and not for profit space.
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Happy 10th Birthday Wood for Trees!
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Our CEO J Cromack presented at the IoF transforming your supporter journey conference this week. Here is his blog to accompany his talk.
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The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018 is the biggest change to data protection legislation in more than 20 years. As a result, organisations will need to overhaul the ways they obtain and use personal data. For charities, this means having to adhere to new guidelines on how they make contact with new and existing donors.

Join us at our GDPR Briefing to find out what this new legislation means for your organisation and how to prepare for the implementation of GDPR on 25 May. Delegates will be given the opportunity to anonymously submit sections of their GDPR communications (such as sections of your privacy policy, consent statement and refresh consent emails) to a panel of experts who will dissect them and provide constructive feedback to ensure that you are on the right track.

Wood for Trees CEO J Cromack will be on the expert panel.

For agenda and booking details - http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/gdpr-briefing
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Every fundraising organisation will need to ensure data compliance: storage of data will need to be reviewed and processes will need to be updated… but are you GDPR ready?

Wood for Trees CEO, J Cromack, and Consultant Analyst, Andrew Sargent, will be running a session at the IOF’s Transforming your Supporter Journey 2017 in London on the 11th September.

10:30 Crossing the donor consent chasm: 10 practical steps to making the leap

The nuts and bolts of how to handle consent, permissions and the donor – presented by an experienced, hands-on panel of practitioners and system developers. It’s time to stop talking and get to grips with live examples of what charities and other organisations are already doing: the good, the bad, the ‘how to’ and the ‘should do’.

Attendees will be walked through ten crucial steps for their charity to follow in building and maintaining an effective consent environment. The panel will showcase examples from markets where consent is already an established feature; attendees may ask their own questions.

For booking details please click this link - http://www.institute-of-fundraising.org.uk/events-and-training/events/transforming-your-supporter-journey/
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Issue 28, back after it's summer holidays! Our round up of news from around the third sector. #charity
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Some of our team will be taking part in a bike ride of 130-miles for our charity of the year - Dorothy House Hospice Care, on Saturday 5th August. Read more here...
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And, it applies to charities too!
Unless you have been living under a rock, you can’t have failed to notice the GDPR compliance deadline is looming. By the 25th May 2018 all organisations serving customers across Europe need to comply with the new legislation. Regardless of the UK leaving the EU. Yet, IT Governance reported in July that 68% of a survey sample have yet to update their processes to reflect the new data subject rights.

In this article for CSM – The Magazine for Customer Service Managers and Professionals, Keith Dewar talks about the impact this new legislation will have across the entire company, and in particular, the Customer Service department that will be at the forefront when it comes to dealing with enquires from citizens, Subject Access Requests (SAR’s), engagement, loyalty and churn. Read the article here ...
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