Ask the experts: Creating new partnerships and strengthening current ones under CV-19
Following a successful webinar, you can now access this content on demand With many corporates unsure of the future, corporate partnership managers need to learn how to work with them to maintain mutually beneficial partnerships and build new ones. These leading corporate partnership fundraisers will give and advice on how to handle some of the day to day challenges fundraisers are facing right now. Don't miss this chance to get actionable advice that you can use tomorrow to grow and maintain your partnerships.
14.30 Panel 1: New Business
- Your charity has launched a CV-19 appeal, how do you approach businesses to donate to it?
- Your charity’s cause is not connected to the CV-19 frontline, how do you adapt your new business approach?
- Knowing your partners and charity, when do you think will be the right time to push for new business? How are you preparing for this?
- Wellbeing: You're colleagues have been put on furlough and you are the only one in your team still working, how do you make sure you manage a big workload, internal stakeholders whilst avoiding burnout?
Richard Amos, Head of New Corporate Partnerships, Mind
Nicola O'Donnell, Corporate Development Manager, Momentum Children’s Charity
Sinéad Donoghue, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Alzheimer's Society
Moderator: Julia Worthington, Fundraising Coach and Mentor, Amber Coaching
15.10 Panel 2: Account Management
- What are the top three things you are prioritising during lockdown to keep your partners engaged?
- How are your partners’ expectations shifting and what is your plan to keep partnerships mutually beneficial?
- Your partner is worried, CV-19 has decimated their profits and they don’t know what the future holds, what do you do conserve the partnership?
- What are your priorities post lockdown?
- Wellbeing: You will be having a lot of tricky conversations during and after lockdown, how do you make sure you are looking after your own wellbeing?
Pippa Lock, Head of Corporate Engagement, The Children’s Society
Will Gogerty, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Breaking Barriers
Martha Awojobi, Independent consultant
Moderator: Jade Rolph, Senior Corporate Partnerships Manager, Alzheimer's Research UK
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