Sector Events for Leaders in 2015
16th Annual Charity Times Awards
7 October 2015
NEW VENUE: Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge, London
The Charity Times Awards reaches its sixteenth year in 2015 and this highly successful, popular, and growing annual gala event will be bigger and better than ever. The Charity Times Awards continue to be the pre-eminent celebration of best practice in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector. The Charity Times Awards are FREE to enter and open to any UK-based registered charity, or international charity with registered UK offices (and commercial organisations in relevant categories).
Find out more: www.charitytimes.com/awards
For the lastest news and updates follow us: @CharityTAwards #CharityTimesAwards
The only Social Media Risks Forum in the UK!
15 October 2015, St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
Media Partner – Charity Times Magazine
Understanding and building strategies that mitigate risk
Social Media is a maturing aspect of the internet, yet with its widespread adoption come concerns over its use and misuse. The ability to instantly broadcast to a worldwide audience creates a rising number of reputational and related risks that need to be managed:
• Reputation Risk
• Social Sabotage by an employee
• Trolling and Brand Terrorism
• Security (leaks and invasive)
• Legal Issues
Want to know more about the only forum of its type in the country? Find out more and download the exclusive Social Media Risks Report at: www.socialmediarisks.co.uk
Better Society Awards 2016
12 May 2016, Millennium Hotel, Mayfair, London
View the 2015 winners here.
Charity Times has been reporting and recognising outstanding contributions to the not-for-profit sector since 1994, and our awards are rightly acknowledged as the leading event for charities and their supporters, however the vital work that is done by the charity sector cannot alone change the world, and we have launched this ceremony to reach out beyond the horizons of one sector to assess and reward those who are helping from the corporate perspective.
The awards will open for entries in September. For further information, please contact: email@example.com
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