We are very proud to announce the launch of a new e-book, which Liz has co-authored, called “SMART Marketing for your not-for-profit organisation” ! The official launch will take place tonight at Hotel Miramar in Bournemouth with invited guests from local charities, community groups and support organisations.
Written with Dianne Edgar from I-Marketing Services Ltd, the e-book is formatted in an easy-to-read style, offering 52 top tips for better marketing communications. It is the third in the SMART Marketing series that Dianne has written and she approached Brilliant Fish for help with the not-for-profit aspect of the book, drawing on our experience in the sector.
For Liz, it is the fulfilment of an early dream! ”When I had my very first thoughts about starting up in business, I wanted to write a marketing pack that charities could buy at a reasonable cost and that would be written in their language” she says. ”This is the book!”.
Available to buy at £7.99 from www.lulu.com
Date / Time: Friday 8th July 2011, 10.00am – 12.30pm
There have been massive changes in the way that the funding of learning and skills for adults and young people is managed and distributed. One effect is that it has become impossible for smaller third sector organisations to win direct contracts from the Skills Funding Agency or Young People’s Learning Agency.
Despite this there are still opportunities to get funding for learning and skills. South West Forum, in partnership with The Learning Curve have been successful in securing a grant from the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) new Regional Response Fund. The first series of events will take place in July.
These free locally-based informative and interactive seminars are aimed at helping you as a third sector organisation to navigate your way through the skills and learning funding maze and focus your efforts to improve your chance of success.
For more information and a booking form visit: www.learningcurve.org.uk (258KB PDF)
we worked with Bethany Jameson, who played the lead role of Pearl in Loose Change, we knew she had an extraordinary talent. So, we were delighted when she asked us to promote her new production The Accordionist. This is a must-see show for anyone who loves a timeless love story with a French flavour and lots of twists! With a three week run in London booked for April, local audiences will be able to see it first starting on 8th – 11th February at the Lighthouse Studio, Poole.