Third Sector launches digital channel


Third Sector is delighted to announce the launch of Third Sector Digital.

The new channel which is available now, will be officially launched 29 January, complemented by a digital weekly email bulletin, hitting your inbox every Friday afternoon.

Third Sector Digital will complement the brand's existing disciplines which include finance, fundraising, management, governance, communications, local action and social enterprise, giving you even more expert insight across the voluntary sector and helping you develop your specialist skills and knowledge further.

Third Sector Digital will be officially launched at an event in central London on 29 January where visitors can find out more about:

  • How to keep up-to-date with the latest developments, best practice, advice and news in the third sector
  • How to improve your organisation's digital strategies
  • Experiences of your contemporaries through case studies from Positive Studio, Cancer Research UK and Wateraid.

positivePositive’s guide to technology choices for charities, based on the experiences of more than 70 charity digital leads and insight from a committee of eight digital charity experts, highlighted an appetite for best in breed technology that meets specific charity challenges.

Its creative strategist Ringo Moss will give an overview of these results, highlighting how Positive has supported The Children’s Society to become more independent and self-sufficient in its use of technology tools and platforms – ultimately creating technical solutions that help the charity to be more effective.

James Gadsby Peet, Senior Digital Services Manager at Cancer Research UKcancer research uklwill talk about what the UK's largest charity has learned when recruiting for roles in a team that does not traditionally have a high profile within the sector or industry. He'll cover practical tips such as the best networking events to go to, how to run lunch & learns and how to write a candidate pack that gives a proper insight into your team.

Email for more information on the event

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