NCVO Annual Conference 2018: Different thinking, bigger difference

Join 600 colleagues from across the sector to explore the importance of thinking differently when leading a charity.

Date Monday 16 April
Time 09.30 – 17.00
Venue The Brewery, London, EC1

In order to evolve and better support your beneficiaries, your charity needs to be flexible, adaptable and ready to embrace change. Thinking differently is essential to survival – whether this means a change in approach to fundraising or using different methods to engage a wider audience.

Join us and explore how to effectively harness diversity in thought and action to strengthen your organisation and make a bigger difference.

Be inspired to think about your challenges in new ways and bring fresh thinking to your organisation.

Highlights will include

  • Sir Stuart Etherington’s state of the sector address
  • A variety of breakout sessions providing practical tips and tools for your professional development
  • Expert advice on a specific topic in our range of 1-2-1 sessions
  • Sharing successes and challenges with your peers during the day and at the drinks reception celebrating what’s great about the sector

Who should attend?

This event is aimed at chief executives, directors or senior managers of voluntary organisations. It will also be useful to trustees, chairs and anyone working closely with an organisation’s management team.

Excellent conference with some interesting and topical workshops - the opportunity to network and reflect.

- David Crosby, Breast Cancer Care, 2017 delegate

Booking discounts

Save up to £127 on your booking with:

  • 10% early bird discount if you book by Friday 9 February
  • 30% NCVO member discount – find out how to join
  • 10% multiple booking discount (for the third and each subsequent booking from an individual organisation)

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