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Digital impact conference


18 July 2013

It’s no secret that digital presents many new opportunities for charities to connect with supporters, increase funds, promote awareness and raise profiles. But it also provides a number of new challenges too – from integrating your social media strategy across your organisation to collecting and analysing meaningful metrics.

This event explored emerging trends, challenges and examples of innovation and best practice in digital communications.

This event was sponsored by Chameleon – the digital experts for the charity sector.


Storify with some of the best Tweets of the day.

Dan Martin, strategy director, Chameleon

Michael Docherty, head of digital, Cancer Research UK Nicola Dodd, head of PR and social mediaCancer Research UK

Sam McKenna, head of digital, MS Society Ian Fannon, head of communications, MS Society

James Moffat, managing director, The Organic Agency

Seamus Morley, founder, Find-50 Marketing

Toby Retallick, communications manager, Youth Music Leon Tong, director, BrightLemon

Simon Bostock, digital strategy and planning, Deeson Group

Brad Smith, assistant digital media manager, British Red Cross

Patrick Olszowski, external affairs manager (campaigns & policy team), Stroke Association Emma Nye, campaigner, Stroke Association

Taryn Ozorio, digital manager, Mind

Vanessa Barnett, commercial lawyer, Charles Russell

Martin Campbell, director of innovation and strategy, Blackbaud Europe

Gaby Jeffs, founder, Magneto Films

Bertie Bosrédon digital engagement and social media consultant

Upcoming events that might interest you: What should you really be measuring? – 23 April 2014, 2015 and beyond: the latest social media and digital trends – 24 September 2014.