You can now watch the full session here!
This webinar will take a look at funding for NGOs, the main sources of finance and the most common strategies, and particularly cases in which organisations have used innovation and creativity to pinpoint opportunities and applicable methods and be successful in the challenging world of fundraising.
This eminently hands-on webinar will use data and examples to explain NGO funding and the most usual techniques. Highly innovative case studies will then be analysed in depth to pinpoint the most promising trends in this field. This webinar will be given by Ángela Millán.
Remember, you can:
- Access the webinar wherever you are from a mobile device* or computer providing you have a loudspeaker and an internet connection.
- Interact with the speaker by asking questions via a real-time chat during the presentation of the session.
*If you use a mobile device, you must download the app to access the webinar platform.
A few days before the workshop we will email you a personal and non-transferable access URL to enable to you follow the workshop live and take part in it. Webinar times are GMT+01:00, Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid and Paris. Find out what time the workshop will take place in your time zone by clicking on the link in this email.
Degree in Law, Master in International Action specialised in Management of Organisations, and Master in Advanced Communication. More than fifteen years’ experience in the tertiary sector in a variety of national and international management posts in different social ventures. Consultant specialised in different fields including fundraising, communication, development of strategic plans and creation of alliances. Founder of the Camaleo project to help small organizations and social ventures improve their sustainability and impact (www.camaleoproject.org
). Experience in international cooperation training, project management, developing proposals, strategic alliances, communication and fundraising.
Only for ESADE Alumni members.
We hope to see you there!
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