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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!”

National survey on data in charities and social enterprises live until 31st July

The Data Evolution survey on data in the social sector is live until 31st July 2016. If you're a charity or social enterprise working in England or Wales please take part. It'll only take about 5 minutes.  Do invite others to take part too. For more information about this exciting project with our partners DataKindUK [...]

By | June 15th, 2016|Charities, Data Evolution, News, Social Enterprise|0 Comments

Data Evolution Project Launched

We're delighted to announce the launch of our Data Evolution project exploring how charities and social enterprises are adapting and transforming through their use of data. We have workshops on 19th May in London and 25th May Hereford, there's a national survey launching in June, a growing community, information and resources being developed on the [...]

By | May 6th, 2016|Charities, Data Evolution, News, Social Enterprise|0 Comments

Sports Partnership activity profiles

We've recently completed work for a Sports Partnership to produce activity profiles at district level for Worcestershire and Herefordshire. These  are to inform the work of any organisation or group, whether public sector or voluntary, which contributes to increasing sports participation and physical activity levels. They include an overview of the population, health, deprivation levels, social [...]

By | July 12th, 2015|Business|0 Comments
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