As more and more results from the Context Report are revealed, we are able to begin the process of identifying who our guest speakers will be for TRIBES 2016.
So far we have only been able to announce speakers from Qbase, some familiar faces and some new, but within the next few weeks, we hope to announce our guest speakers as well.
Of course, this means that we will see a significant increase in registrations for TRIBES 2016 and, although this year’s venue capacity is a lot larger, places are still limited.
Items of TRIBES 2016 discussion
TRIBES 2016 will take place on Thursday 28th January at the Science Museum, London. During the forum, we will be launching our new fundraising campaign benchmarking report called “The Context Report”. We will take you through the headline results and have a few case studies from the charities at the top of the league tables. These are the charities who are getting it right and you will hear how they have done it. It means you can learn from their success and improve the fundraising performance of your own charity.
Using empirical data, “The Context Report” measures fundraising performance across major fundraising organisations. We have compared how charities are performing in key areas such as cash appeals, conversions, upgrades and gaming. You will also hear about differing channel performance, seasonality and annual trends.
Guest speakers from key charities, identified within “The Context Report” as ‘top performers’, will talk about their experiences and best practices to help you understand how they have achieved success at the highest level within the sector.
Don’t miss out! To ensure your place, before the rush, please take some time to register your free place today.