A one-day focus on partnerships

Why did Tesco partner with the little-known mobility charity Whizz-Kidz? How has ContinYou managed to secure backing from Kellogg's for 12 years? These are two of the questions that will be addressed at Third Sector's conference Building Sustainable Corporate and Voluntary Partnerships.

The event, on 31 October, will feature 21 speakers, including representatives of the Royal Bank of Scotland, the Prince's Trust and Vodafone, talking about how to improve personnel, communications, funding and business strategies through corporate/charity partnerships.

- Save £50 when you book before 7 September. See www.longtermpartnerships.com.

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