Sector Events for Leaders
NCVO/BWB Trustee Conference 2015
2 November, Kings Place London
Join over 400 trustees to improve your knowledge, learn new skills and get practical tools to help you govern for maximum impact. Prices start from £179.55 and there's discounts available for NCVO members, early bird and multiple bookings.
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Better Society Awards 2016
12 May 2016, Millennium Hotel, Mayfair, London
Open for entries.
The Better Society Awards are designed to recognise the efforts that commercial companies make in order to help create a better society for all. With every effort the world becomes a safer, fairer place, and it is time to recognise the work that is done by all types of commercial enterprise to aid progress to this goal. From companies that give time and expertise freely, to those that have made a commitment to creating clearly better practices, we want to hear from you.
Deadline for entries: 13 January 2016
Find out more and enter now: www.bettersociety.net/awards
Better Society Summit
10 March 2016, South Place Hotel, London
This unique gathering of experts will deal with the broad issues of creating and maintaining an effective position on responsibility, but in particular considers the way in which the next generation – the Millennials – will look at corporate's positions on issues to decide if they wish to work with them or buy from them. Millennials have grown up in a different world and research points to their greater concern for ethics and environment whilst being continuously updated to information via the internet and social media.
View the agenda and register today: www.bettersociety.net/summit
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Charity Times Awards 2016
28 September 2016, Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge, London
The 2016 website will be live soon. The deadline for entries will be 31 May 2016.
For further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charity Times editor Matt Ritchie looks at recent developments around fundraising and its regulation