Corporate partnerships opportunities in the coronavirus crisis

7 May 2020 -
9:00am to 10:00am

BITC are delighted to once again be partnering with Jonathan Andrews from Remarkable Partnerships to host a webinar in partnership with NICVA on 'How to shift your corporate partnerships approach in response to the coronavirus'.

This session is delivered by Jonathan Andrews from Remarkable Partnerships. Remarkable Partnerships(RP) is a consultancy helping charities create major, long-term corporate partnerships.Sometimes charities wonder why their corporate partnerships aren’t growing? It could be that they are underselling themselves, or focusing on companies that don’t fit with their cause, or struggling to really engage and inspire companies. RP enables charities to be more engaging, focus on the right prospects, develop compelling opportunities and secure more meetings with companies. They focus on the importance of engaging companies on an emotional level and creating long-term, strategic corporate partnerships.

In this session, Jonathan will give you examples, insight and tools to help you make the shift.  The webinar will also feature the experience of a leading national charity, to show how they are continuing to secure dynamic new partnerships during the crisis.

Catherine Townson, Corporate Partnerships Manager from St Mungo’s, will share her experience of how she and her team have enhanced current partnerships and secured new relationships during the crisis. Also Jonathan Andrews from Remarkable Partnership will share insight, examples and recommendations from over 50 brainstorms with charities over the last four weeks. 

 

Many of you will remember Jonathan as the key note speaker at the Business in the Community event in Camphill Community Holywood earlier this year.

To register please click here

 

 

Costs:
FREE

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