Networking event: Measuring lifetime value, Tuesday 27th September, Devonshire Arms, Piccadilly, Central London.
Getting a truly accurate measure of life time value is a goal for many analysts but of course it isn’t easy. Modeling behaviour into the future and the differing nature of recruitment channels make it tricky to create meaningful comparisons.
How can an analyst address these issues and serve up the robust numbers needed to base decisions on?
John Whitehead (Supporter Planning and Insight Manager at WaterAid) and Nigel Magson (Data Consultant) will share their views and experience.
Just as importantly, there will be plenty of time for attendees to discuss this topic and indeed any other during the evening, helped by the informal venue, light snacks and a drink or two.
Please book ahead as numbers are limited to 40 at the Devonshire Arms,Denman Street, two minutes fromPiccadilly Circustube (same venue as our last event in June)
Tickets cost just £5 and can be booked here http://insightsigseptevent.eventbrite.com
Any queries please contact Liz Cook on firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the speakers
John Whitehead is Supporter Planning and Insight Manager at WaterAid. He has worked in the charity sector for over 15 years, having previously worked for both the National Trust and John Grooms (now Livability).
Before that he worked in commercial marketing and advertising, including time at Air Miles, Evans Hunt Scott, CACI and Saatchi & Saatchi. He is a Founding Member and Fellow of the Institute of Direct Marketing and a Member of the Institute of Fundraising. And he likes finding stories in numbers…
Nigel Magson has spent over 20 years in the data services industry. Along the way he’s become a Fellow of both the Institute of Direct Marketing and the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Because of his special interest in not-for-profit marketing, in 2006 he co-founded the Insight special interest group as part of the Institute of Fundraising, aiming to raise standards for analysts working within the Charities sector.
Before he set up Tangible Data in 1996, he spent 10 years working for British Gas, where he managed the development of marketing databases used for direct marketing, business planning and modelling.