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Pareto Masterclass Donor Updates - Advertorial


Monday, 30th May 2005 at 1:05 pm
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Still producing quarterly printed newsletters for your donors? You're wasting time and resources according to the experts! The Newsletter is Dead: Long Live the Donor Update! is the title of the latest Pareto Masterclass!

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Monday, 30th May 2005 at 1:05 pm

Still producing quarterly printed newsletters for your donors? You’re wasting time and resources according to the experts! The Newsletter is Dead: Long Live the Donor Update! is the title of the latest Pareto Masterclass!

This Pareto Masterclass tells you why you need to stop sending out tired communications in the form of standardised newsletters.

Pareto will show you why nobody reads them and tell you what you can do instead. Personalised, relevant donor care updates are the way forward – let Pareto show you how to do them imaginatively, effectively and with outstanding results.

SYDNEY
Date: Monday 20th June, 2005
Time: 2pm-4.30pm
Speakers: Sean Triner, Pareto Fundraising
Venue: The Darlinghurst Theatre
19 Greenknowe Avenue
Potts Point
Sydney

If you would like an electronic registration form for the Sydney Masterclass go to:
http://www.paretofundraising.com/regform200605.pdf.

MELBOURNE
Date: Tuesday 21st June, 2005
Time: 2pm-4.30pm
Speakers: Sean Triner, Pareto Fundraising
Venue: The Seminar Room
Business Centre
365 Little Collins Street
Melbourne

If you would like an electronic registration form for the Melbourne Masterclass go to:
http://www.paretofundraising.com/regform210605.pdf.

Cost per person:
$80 (Charities with one fundraiser or fundraising turnover of less than $500k)
$200 (Charities with two or more fundraisers or turnover of more than $500k)
$800 (Non-charity or companies)

Note – any charity travelling interstate to attend this Masterclass will be entitled to one ticket at $80.

Pareto describes its Masterclasses as pure learning exercises for fundraisers. They challenge, inform, motivate and tackle difficult industry issues head-on. The sessions attract mixed audiences, from CEOs to field workers, fundraisers to database experts. The Masterclasses provide relevant, useful and interesting information which will help you raise more money for your charity.

People have told Pareto that the Masterclasses are a great opportunity to network, meet other fundraisers and actually talk about what is really happening within our industry. So, if you’re a fundraiser in Australia, then you need to come and see what the rest of the industry is talking about.




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