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The Charity Data Breakfast

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What’s your data challenge?
Is your non-profit collecting supporter data, fundraising data, or programme reporting data?

What can be done with it all? Do you have hopes for better using it to achieve your organisation goals? Or maybe to cut down your admin time, spot opportunities or better engage with your supporters?

If you work at a charity or non-profit, the Data Breakfast is for you!

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The Data Breakfast is a free networking and problem solving event at London’s Space4. The inaugural Breakfast will focus on charities and non-profits, to help them unlock the opportunities their data gathering offers.

Who’s it for?
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Everyone’s welcome - non-profits, charities, developers, tech agencies, business advisors. We especially welcome anyone working or interested in tech for good.

If you’re a non-profit:
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Over coffee we’ll ask you to simply tell us your ‘dream’, ‘cream’ and ‘bread & butter’ data problems that you’d like help with.

Maybe your ‘bread & butter’ problem is: “Me and my team need to better understand our organisation’s data”

Your ‘cream’ is something that, if solved, would make a real difference to your work. E.g. “It’d be great if we could have an up-to-date visualisations of our data, because the manual monthly reporting is such a chore.”

And your dream? Think big. For example: “It’d be awesome if AI could use our data to make recommendations on how to increase recurring donations”

Agency, developer or other?
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Simply be ready to tell the group:
-- Bread & butter: What your core offerings are. Yep, your bread & butter work.
-- Cream: The interesting, bigger challenges you’d like to take on.
-- Dream: The biggie. The kind of projects you’re aching to work on; the clients you’d love to help.

So bring your problems and offerings! We’ll host croissant-powered discussions and also form groups of common interest. And with your peers and data experts on hand, you’ll likely hear possible approaches to help develop your thinking.