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Tuesday, 9th August 2005 at 1:08 pm
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Pareto Fundraising: August Masterclasses
Tuesday, 9th August 2005 at 1:08 pm

This August Pareto Fundraising presents Special Guest Speaker – Alan Clayton from the UK.

Award winning consultant Alan Clayton comes to Australia this August to explore the future of fundraising. Consistently voted as one of the most influential figures in UK fundraising, Alan is an extraordinary speaker who will motivate and inspire you in this special half-day session.

Added Value Fundraising – The 1 to 1 Future

It is said that as fundraisers compete with each other and commercial organisations, so donors will judge and be driven by better value, service and communications.

Alan will present the latest donor analysis and planning theories and some practical case studies of their implementation. He will also indulge in some futurology – predicting where fundraising is going, and how to get
there.

Alan’s style and professionalism will also ensure that attendees are inspired to not only learn – but enjoy themselves, be excited and take action.

Attendees will:

– Understand the importance of improved value for donors, service and communications

– Learn how to target by Motives, Interests and Preferences (as well as RFV of course)

– Be able to analyse any individual donor (for big gift, corporate and trusts fundraisers)

– Be inspired to be better, work harder and enjoy their job more

SYDNEY
Date: Tuesday 30th August 2005
Time: 1.30pm-4.30pm
Speaker: Alan Clayton
Venue: Darlinghurst Theatre
19 Greenknowe Avenue
Potts Point
Sydney

Registration form – http://www.paretofundraising.com/regform300805.pdf

MELBOURNE
Date: Wednesday 31st August 2005
Time: 1.30pm-4.30pm
Speaker: Alan Clayton
Venue: The Seminar Room
Business Centre
365 Little Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC

Registration form – http://www.paretofundraising.com/regform310805.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)

About Alan Clayton
Alan Clayton is founder Managing Director of the Cascaid Group, providing direct marketing, advertising and consulting services to more UK clients than any other agency group. A multi awards winner for creative, strategy and speaking, Alan is the most prominent speaker in the UK and international voluntary sector – having “sold out” twelve appearances in 2004. His experience as a fundraiser before founding Cascaid gives him empathy with the audience. His knowledge of motivation and experience in speaking (a former UK champion) means the style motivates, enthuses and excites.




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