Conference Presentations now available to download!


The 10th annual Insight in Fundraising Conference on Monday 25th November was a great success with some amazing speakers and inspirational sessions! The event was a complete sell out – but don’t worry if you were unable to make it on the day, we are pleased to make all presentations available to download!

Martin Squires – Director of Advanced Analytics, Pets at Home: ‘Harnessing data and machine learning: hype and reality’

Lucy Lynch – Eden Smith: ‘Resilience. Reinvention. Relationships’

Sally Kemkers & Suzanne Allers – Untapped Innovation: ‘The power of storytelling for consistent messaging to different stakeholders’

Shazia Genai – Neuro Insight & Gina Richards – Macmillan: ‘TV ad testing using neuroscience’

Claire Sporton – Confirmit: ‘The survey is dead – a survival guide for CX’

Kerry Hart – Insight Out Analytics: ‘Data visualisation to win your audience’

Tom Skilbeck – Chemistry Insight: ‘An insight-driven audience strategy in just four months – defining, understanding and unlocking our greatest audience opportunity’

Steve White – Marie Curie, with Scott Logie – REaD Group & Andrew Lockett – Natural Data Insight: ‘The Big Shift – mapping the future of fundraising at Marie Curie’

James Wycherley – Insight Management Academy: ‘Is your insight team in any position to guide its organisation?

Nicholas Spandagos – WaterAid & Reuben Turner – GOOD Agency: ‘Disrupting dirty water: how WaterAid’s #Untapped rewrote the rules on engagement’

dotdigital with Help for Heroes: ‘How to inspire action, drive donations & empower volunteers’

Ashley Gatehouse & Andrea Bright – Quantiq‘Empowering the Modern, Intelligent, Connected, NonProfit Enterprise’

Additionally, video footage of Quantiq session: Empowering the Modern, Intelligent, Connected, NonProfit Enterprise is available to view here

Payal Jain – JCURV & Victoria Pike – Mencap: ‘Extracting Value from Data – A Mencap Story

Gethin James – UCL: ‘Using data and insight in major giving – the importance of self-analysis’

Amanda Neylon & Ellen Ward – Versus Arthritis: ‘AI and the virtual care assistant’

Chris Keating – NDCS: ‘Research on donor motivations & understanding f2f supporters’

Jo Fulford – Fruitful Data: ‘Data quality’

Jeremy Rix, Phil Codling & Kathryn Hall – OKO: ‘Insight with impact’

Giselle Cory – DataKind: ‘What DataKind have learnt from helping social sector organisations to use data science to transform their impact’

Jonathan Cook – Insight-ful: ‘Understanding event participants by studying their JustGiving statements’

Jon Kelly & Matt Dent – Wood for Trees: ‘The changing face of BI: 2009- 2019’