Charity Text Donation Seminar a Success
AIME and PhonepayPlus jointly ran a free one day Charity Text Donation Seminar in London on Friday 19th February. This was well attended by many small charities who came to learn more about how to use text donations to improve their fundraising, make sure that their marketing campaigns are compliant, learn the importance of increasing donations by Gift Aid and to ensure the audit standards are good.
As well as regulatory updates from PhonepayPlus, there were highly informative presentations from Telefonica, OpenMarket, Instagiv, Cymba, Vir2, Open Fundraising, Fonix and BBC Children in Need.
With positive feedback from the attendees it has been suggested that this event is run on an annual basis to ensure the spread of the successful intelligence sharing. A link to the presentations for the day is here.
You can also read about the event on PhonepayPlus’ blog here.
Feedback from the day:
I attend the Charity Seminar last week and I just wanted to say thank you for such a well-organised, informative day. It was really useful and I hope there will be a similar seminar next year! Samaritans
Thank you for organising Friday. It felt like a good session, let’s do it again soon. Open Fundraising
Great event. Informative, relevant and enjoyable. Can’t ask for more! OpenMarket
Well done on organising such a great day. RSM2000
This event was so informative and useful, and should definitely be an annual event! Parkinsons UK
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Nick Lane from Mobile Squared Driving the PRS Market Forward
Anuj Khanna from Peak State Consulting Statistical overview of the Digital Payments Market
Tony Craddock from Emerging Payments Association The Future of Payments
Steve Ricketts from ATAO Emerging Technologies for Business
John Pinchbeck from Ticketing Consultancy Live Entertainment Impulse Purchasing
Nicholas Ralph from Dentons e-Commerce under PSD2
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