The analyst’s greatest hits…. and how you can increase your impact

IOF Insight in Fundraising SIG Annual Conference (Rich text format attachment for circulation)

Tuesday 29th November 2011

Registration opens: 0930 am, conference starts 10am, ends 4.30pm
Venue: Amnesty International UK, Shoreditch, centralLondon

This year’s conference has a simple but compelling theme; a showcase of the strongest case studies we can find to demonstrate how analysis and insight has made a positive impact atBritain’s biggest charities.

Whether you work for a large or small fundraising organisation, these case studies will underline the power of analysis and show how you can increase the impact of insight.

Covering analysis techniques, insight resources and, most importantly, how insight was actually used to influence the bottom line, we’re confident every attendee will leave better equipped to make the same differences themselves.

Sessions include:

  • How the RSPB’s insight-driven strategic review is helping to push the whole organisation forward
  • The role classic analysis has played in opening new market segments for RNLI
  • Other big charity speakers to be announced

We’re continuing to use the excellent and well-located facilities at AmnestyUKbut will be simplifying the event layout and agenda to accommodate more attendees – for those that have been before that also means no traipsing up and down stairs between sessions!

Prices including all refreshments and lunch are:

  • IOF member               £70
  • Non-IOF member      £90
  • Supplier                      £150

Note:  We are teaming up with the Small Charities Coalition to offer seven free places to their members (charities with annual income under £1m).  Look out for details in their newsletter coming out at the end of September.    If you are not already a member you can sign up at

Go to  to book your place and make sure you’re there!

For queries please contact Liz Cook, email or telephone 0782 57 57 209

Warm regards 

The Insight in Fundraising SIG committee