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Developing Your Brand and Image


30 March 2011 09:30 - 16:30


Hear interviews with the speakers:

Lynda Thomas, Director of External Affairs at Macmillan Cancer Support, talks to CharityComms' Director Vicky Browning on what makes a strong charity brand: Listen!

Simon Bottery, Director of Fundraising, Policy and Communications at Independent Age, speaks to CharityComms' Director Vicky Browning on brand mission and values: Listen!

Carolan Davidge, Brand and PR Director at Cancer Research UK, talks to CharityComms' Director Vicky Browning about public perceptions of brand: Listen!

Speakers' presentations:

What makes a strong charity brand?
Speaker: Lynda Thomas, Director of External Affairs, Macmillan Cancer Support

Bringing your brand and business strategy together
Speaker: Simon Bottery, Director of Fundraising, Policy and Communications, Independent Age

Brand health check
Speaker: Michele Madden, Managing Director (Research and Strategy), nfpSynergy

Building brand communities using social media
Speaker: Gary Nunn, Communications Officer, Stonewall

Crystallising your vision, mission and values
Speaker: Dan Dufour, Senior Brand Planner, The Good Agency

Monitoring your brand online
Speaker: Bryan Tookey, COO, Brandwatch (replacing Giles Palmer, CEO, Brandwatch)

Building your brand from the inside-out
Speaker: Helen de Soyza, Brand Manager, Action for Children

Rebranding your charity: when, why and how for best results
Speakers: Steven Ramsay, Creative Director, Baigent Digital and Juliette Stevenson, Information and Communications Officer, Refugees into Teaching

Using long-term brand building to boost fundraising
Speaker: Claire Nuttall, Strategy and Innovation Director,1HQ

Using mobile apps as part of your brand’s digital marketing strategy
Speaker: David Barker, Director of Communications, Breakthrough Breast Cancer

Developing effective co-branding projects
Speakers: Jill McCall, Brand Manager, Cadbury and Karen England, Director of Fundraising, Make-A-Wish Foundation UK

This event was sponsored by Everyday Hero. Everyday Hero firmly believe that a successful fundraising campaign should be all about you. That's why a fundraising campaign built using Everyday Hero's HEROix 3.0 software will reflect your brand and your cause because it's you your supporters care about.

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