Best of the Blogs: investment, quick-response codes, any willing provider and trustees' reports

Your round-up of charity-related debate online this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Sir Stephen Bubb on why investment in innovation is crucial and how even small community organisations can use loans to grow.

Read Bubb’s blog  

Jonathon Grapsas talks about the uptake of quick-response codes in charity marketing and fundraising.

Read Grapsas’s blog

Craig Dearden-Phillips asks what any willing provider in public services will mean in practice and how will it affect the voluntary sector.

Read Dearden-Phillips’ blog

A large charity doesn't necessarily need a long trustees' report, says Helena Wilkinson, a partner at accountancy firm Chantrey Vellacott, in her blog for The Guardian’s Voluntary Sector Network.

Read Wilkinson’s blog

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