Charity Times Annual Conference 2018: full list of speakers announced

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The final agenda for the Charity Times Annual Conference has been announced, with key speakers including Baroness Elizabeth Barker and Camila Batmanghelidjh.

The annual event will be held at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, London, on 10 May 2018.

Other speakers will include the Fundraising Regulator's head of casework Sarah Fox, Social Media CEO of the Year Matthew Hodson, Charities Security Forum chairman Brian Shorten, Royal Society executive director Dr Julie Maxton and more.

This year, the conference will focus on leadership, looking at how charity leaders can thrive under challenging circumstances.

Brexit, contracting, reputational damage, technology and ethical issues all put charity leaders under increasing pressure to prepare for scenarios – yet these are not universally negative and all offer opportunities if they are treated correctly.

This annual event covers these issues from a range of angles, seeking to offer practical solutions to problems sector leaders face in their roles.

You can read more information about the event here, and register to attend here.

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