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The Charity Digital Code of Practice – Helping charities join the Fourth Industrial Revolution

30th November, 2018 | By Emily Clarke

The first digital code of practice for charities launched this month – a brand new resource for our sector to improve our tech skills and increase the use of digital in our organisations. With rapid advances in technology worldwide, what is becoming known as the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ is sweeping the globe – but charities are struggling to keep up.

The Charity Digital Code of Practice – Helping charities join the Fourth Industrial Revolution

30th November, 2018 | By Emily Clarke

The first digital code of practice for charities launched this month – a brand new resource for our sector to improve our tech skills and increase the use of digital in our organisations. With rapid advances in technology worldwide, what is becoming known as the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ is sweeping the globe – but charities are struggling to keep up.

The Charity Digital Code of Practice – Helping charities join the Fourth Industrial Revolution

30th November, 2018 | By Emily Clarke

The first digital code of practice for charities launched this month – a brand new resource for our sector to improve our tech skills and increase the use of digital in our organisations. With rapid advances in technology worldwide, what is becoming known as the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ is sweeping the globe – but charities are struggling to keep up.

The Charity Digital Code of Practice – Helping charities join the Fourth Industrial Revolution

30th November, 2018 | By Emily Clarke

The first digital code of practice for charities launched this month – a brand new resource for our sector to improve our tech skills and increase the use of digital in our organisations. With rapid advances in technology worldwide, what is becoming known as the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ is sweeping the globe – but charities are struggling to keep up.

Customer Service Matters in the Charity Sector

16th July, 2015 | By Cause4 staff

Living in an extremely fast paced developing world, customer requirements are getting more and more demanding, with expectations increasing and competition rising. This means that customer choices are continuously expanding as industries develop. Like businesses, charities also need to continue to strive for high standards of customer service in order to build strong relationships with their audiences, beneficiaries and donor networks.

Customer Service Matters in the Charity Sector

16th July, 2015 | By Cause4 staff

Living in an extremely fast paced developing world, customer requirements are getting more and more demanding, with expectations increasing and competition rising. This means that customer choices are continuously expanding as industries develop. Like businesses, charities also need to continue to strive for high standards of customer service in order to build strong relationships with their audiences, beneficiaries and donor networks.

Customer Service Matters in the Charity Sector

16th July, 2015 | By Cause4 staff

Living in an extremely fast paced developing world, customer requirements are getting more and more demanding, with expectations increasing and competition rising. This means that customer choices are continuously expanding as industries develop. Like businesses, charities also need to continue to strive for high standards of customer service in order to build strong relationships with their audiences, beneficiaries and donor networks.

Why Waterloo Bridge is interesting

18th July, 2013 | By Cause4 staff

 

This blog was written by guest blogger Richard Sved, Director, 3rd Sector Mission Control, and charity sector professional.

 

The other day, I was walking along the Thames to a meeting, and stopped to take this picture (also below) of Waterloo Bridge.

It’s a very interesting picture. No, really, it is.

Why Waterloo Bridge is interesting

18th July, 2013 | By Cause4 staff

 

This blog was written by guest blogger Richard Sved, Director, 3rd Sector Mission Control, and charity sector professional.

 

The other day, I was walking along the Thames to a meeting, and stopped to take this picture (also below) of Waterloo Bridge.

It’s a very interesting picture. No, really, it is.