Annual reviews: planning, process and creativity
This venue is wheelchair accessible.
Live broadcast: CharityComms members can join us virtually for free. Scroll to the bottom for more information.
Your annual review could be amazing. Done well, it could be your shop window, offering audiences a snapshot of the real-world impact you’re having. It could be an engagement tool used by many departments across the year.
But all too often this project is left until the last minute leaving you scrabbling around looking for information from overworked colleagues, giving you little time for thinking about fresh approaches and new formats.
At this event, our brilliant speakers will offer you practical advice for planning and producing your annual reviews. We’ll also showcase some examples of innovative annual reviews and new formats to inspire you this year.
Booking for this event will open Summer 2019.
In this seminar, we’ll explore:
- The planning process: When? Who? How? What and Why?
- Storytelling: showing your impact through the eyes of those you support
- Creativity: transforming dry facts into materials that engage and inspire
- Turning data into a story: effective data visualisation
- Looking ahead to next year: evaluation and ongoing data collection
Who is this for?
This seminar is for anyone responsible for the production of their charity’s annual review. You might be looking for better working practices to ensure you get the right information and data on time, or you might want inspiration for new formats or tips and techniques for bringing data to life. Relevant job titles might include heads of comms or marketing or senior comms officers and managers.
Calling all potential charity speakers
Interested in sharing the great work your charity is doing? Please email Emma Wickenden with your 100-word pitch outlining what your session would cover and why you think it would be useful (charities only please).
If you’re an agency interested in speaking at this event, we have one sponsorship package available. Please get in touch with Harriet Smith for more information.
Live broadcast – book your place
If you’re a CharityComms member, you can join this seminar virtually via our private YouTube broadcast. Perfect for members based outside of London or for those who can’t get away from the office. To watch the live broadcast, please book your place. Once you’ve booked your place you’ll receive a booking confirmation email with further information about the live broadcast and how to join on the day.