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We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended and contributed to the CO3 Leadership Awards 2017.

The feedback to date has been extremely positive and thank you to those that have filled in the evaluation form.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of our sponsors, in particular Ecclesiastical Insurance, for their continued support.

 

CO3 Hold Drinks Reception with Marsh to Celebrate 2017 Awards Shortlist

CO3 members shortlisted for the Leadership Awards 2017 celebrated their success so far at a special reception held at Marsh's offices on Thursday 26 January.

The informal gathering provided a networking opportunity for those shortlisted in the annual Leadership Awards programme, with over 50 Third Sector leaders in attendance.

We would like to thank Marsh for hosting the event and wish everyone shortlisted good luck!

New Themed Networking Series for Associate Members

CO3 is delighted to introduce a new idea for 2017 for our Associate Members.  CO3 wants to create opportunities for longer term engagement to allow Associates (those at Senior Management Team level) to develop deeper and longer lasting relationships in the network.  As such CO3 is setting up a series of quarterly meetings based around four key themes that we think are of particular interest to members.

 

The four themes identified for 2017 are:

CO3 Leadership Conference Programme Announced

The CO3 Leadership Conference 2017 programme has been announced and booking is now open!

The two-day programme will have over 16 conference contributors with keynotes from Author and Motivational Speaker James Kerr, Senior Vice President, Global Cancer Control Sally Cowall and Chief Executive of WaterAid, Barbara Frost.

Support Amongst Third Sector Leaders for Charity Shop Rating Proposals

Proposals to make charity shops in Northern Ireland pay rates at 10 percent are supported by a significant number of third sector leaders, as long as the revenue raised goes directly towards developing entrepreneurship in the sector, a study reveals.

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