A Unique Podcast Series
CHARITY LEADERS TALK
As part of our commitment to helping charities maximise marketing and drive value for the people they support, we are speaking to leaders of prominent charities about how they make marketing work for them.
Thirty Three Percent is running a series of Podcasts where we talk to some of the great leaders in the charity sector.
We learn the difficulties that charities have when competing with larger commercial businesses and how it's important to leverage the specialness of a charity.
What is it like for charities that perform a service that contributes a large part of the funding needed to support the people they help?
Does this put greater pressure on their stretched marketing time and budgets?
We'll discuss who tough it is marketing to different audiences - stakeholders, individual donors and end clients of your services.
The Podcast will answer the questions those working in charities will be desperate to understand, delivered with examples from people that live the problems everyday.
We are now looking for 10 new charity leaders that would love to appear on the Podcast - we want to hear from you!
Do you have a passion for your charity?
Do you want to raise the profile of your charity?
Do you have involvement with marketing within your charity at a leadership or ground level?
Do you want to share you experiences with other leaders from charities you respect?
If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then we would love to talk to you and interview you for the Podcast.
Click on the calendy lick below and pick a time that works for you.
If you want to learn more before signing up, then just complete the contact us form on the site and we'll be in touch with more information.
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"Thirty Three Percent immediately understood our organisations and was able to bring the teams together, empowering us to really take control of our marketing going forward.
They understood a complex proposition and identified the two different audiences we had. I was impressed with how they got underneath the skin of our organisation and put themselves in our shoes."
Barry Fletcher, MD Career Connect