The last 2 years have drastically changed the landscape of tech, with much needed innovation fuelling everything from the way we work, to the roll out of vital vaccine programmes. Companies are more than ever looking to grow and strengthen their market position by embracing new technologies and processes.
This is true for charities too, with the need to stay relevant, engage users and continue to do great work, in a more efficient way. By harnessing tech to drive change, we can inspire more people to make change and increase accessibility and transparency between charities, donors and beneficiaries.
In a world where we spend more and more time working and living in the digital space, fundraising needs to reflect this. Provide users with lower barriers to entry and more innovative solutions to do good and educate.
In our latest ‘Tech for Good Talks’ we discussed the importance of innovation and the opportunities that charities have for the future. Whether you are representing a charity, or an individual keen on doing something good in the world, there is something to learn. Join our amazing head of commercial Gabby and our CEO Richard, as well as our truly inspirational panel to discuss innovation for good.
Our experience innovating for good
We don’t just talk about innovation… We have had the privilege to work with some incredible organisations to help change millions of lives for the better. Finding innovative ways to help inspire positive change has been an amazing opportunity.
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We have seen first hand how embracing tech creates massive opportunities for change. With more transparency, more conversations and more fundraising opportunities, tech for good has the potential to transform charities and reimagine what their futures look like.
Our expert panel had plenty to say on the matter!
Meet the dream team:
Chris Sawyer – Innovation Lead of Digital Health – Innovate UK
Alan Milbourne – Policy Manager for Digital Health & Care Workforce – Scottish Government
Isobel Jones – Chief Executive Officer – Alive
Paula Baird – Programme Lead Digital Workforce – NHS Education for Scotland
Soo Hun – Innovation & Digital Eco-system Lead for Digital Health- HSC Northern Ireland
Alison Paul – Senior Product Manager – Flo Health
Some of the discussion points brought to the panel were:
- How does your organisation approach innovation?
- What are the challenges of innovation?
- How do you get buy-in from stakeholders?
- What is your favourite example of innovation?
Don’t worry if you missed it, catch-up here!
And that concludes another ‘Tech for Good Talk’! We love having these conversations and engaging with businesses, charities and individuals to help change the world. We truly believe that tech is limitless in it’s potential to impact the global challenges we face. If you have any suggestions or want to get involved in a future talk, give us a holla!
If you missed us live, you can catch up on the whole conversation above and be sure to sign-up for our next live event, tickets are free and available online!