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Sharing the data magic – an end to boredom, frustration, and loneliness

This week we announced the full programme of our Data4Good Conference, which will be held in Birmingham on 14 November. We’ve put together a really ambitious agenda with our partners, packed with 30+ amazing speakers. It’s been a rollercoaster ride – venue visits, planning and late night emails aplenty … and the conference itself is [...]

By | October 16th, 2018|News|Comments Off on Sharing the data magic – an end to boredom, frustration, and loneliness

Better Data, Better Lives?

How do you know where to target precious resources in a rural county? Is there a need for your services? Well there are some clues in the first 'headline' results from the 2018 Herefordshire's Quality of life survey. Managed and driven by local not-for-profit organisations, this is part of a collaborative 'Better Data, Better Lives' [...]

By | October 5th, 2018|Business|Comments Off on Better Data, Better Lives?

Three words to describe how you feel about data? “I hate it!”

I’m talking to the CEO of The Cart Shed, Katie Eastaugh, at the outset of our 12 month journey to transform how the charity manages impact and data. I always ask people how they feel about data, it’s a useful litmus test of where an organisation is at. To be fair, Katie qualifies her comment [...]

By | July 10th, 2018|Charities, Charity, Data Evolution, Data Maturity, Digital Impact|Comments Off on Three words to describe how you feel about data? “I hate it!”
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