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Member News Week commencing 21st October 2019

Member News Week commencing 21st October

CO3 loves to celebrate the impact its members have on their beneficiaries’ lives, and to promote their vital work. 

Read about some of the excellent projects happening in our network in this week’s Member News.

If you are a CO3 member and have any news you would like to share with the wider CO3 network please email jonny@co3.bz for more information.

 

 


Engage Executive Talent

Members Calls For Help

Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce

CO3- Room Hire

Crescent Arts Centre


Engage Executive Talent 

Read Engage's latest insightful blog post written by Director Patrick Minne who considers some of the differences in leadership challenges between third and private sectors.

If you think the pace of change in the private sector is accelerating, you should try working in the third sector.  The majority of the sector is exclusively focused on the welfare of its beneficiaries, but there has been some history of charities being forced to compete with their peers for the same pots of dwindling grant funding......

Click here to read the rest of Patricks blog

Find out the latest news and executive opportunites with Engage.  Visit the website by clicking here or join the mailing list here

Alternatively follow Engage Executive Talent on Twitter and LinkedIn

 

 


Members Calls for help- CRM databases

We would ask any members who have experience in managing or changing CRM databases to get in touch with CO3 using the details below.  Your input would be appreciated within the members network if you could provide any insight, feedback or guidance on the wider topic of CRM systems but also specifically:

·         eTapestry

·         Raisers Edge

·         Chariteer

·         Microsoft Dynamics

·         Salesforce

·         Zoho

The CRM system will be used to manage training participants, volunteers and donor lists, with an emphasis primarily on user friendliness.

If you have any information or would like to feature an issue you may be having on our call for help section please email jonny@co3.bz

 

 


Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce

Belfast Chamber has announced a package of support to help local businesses to prepare for Brexit. In conjunction with professional services firm Grant Thornton, Belfast Chamber is offering businesses the opportunity to learn more about how Brexit might impact their business and what they could do to mitigate against any negative effects through a series of free webinars, workshops and one to one consultations.

Commenting, the organisation’s Chief Executive Simon Hamilton said, “Belfast Chamber recently surveyed its members about their views on Brexit. A strong theme throughout was that many businesses felt they weren’t properly prepared for the UK’s exit from the European Union and particularly for the possibility of a ‘No Deal’ outcome.

Belfast Chamber has secured funding through the Government’s Business Readiness Fund to run a series of free webinars, workshops and one to one consultations for local businesses to hear from and work with expert Brexit advisers from Grant Thornton who can advise them about how Brexit could effect their business and what they can do in response. The events which any business can register for will focus on issues like customs, taxation, supply chains, finance and HR issues.

For more information click here

 



CO3 Room Hire

With CO3's recent office move we are delighted to have the opportunity to offer our members the use of our board and trainings room for a small maintenance fee.  Catering options can be provided at an additional cost.

We are offering both rooms with half and full day tariffs at a discounted rate for CO3 members, starting at £55.

For more information click here or contact louise@co3.bz 

 

 


Cresent Arts Centre

Treasurer Board Appointment

Do you want to use your commitment and financial expertise to make a difference in a charitable organisation? 

You might share our passion for delivering creative, high quality arts programmes and events that can transform lives and promote personal and social wellbeing, or simply wish to volunteer in a new environment.

We are seeking to appoint a new treasurer to the Board of the Crescent Arts Centre, with the appropriate skills and experience to help shape our development and contribute to our strategy for future success.

For more information and to download a recruitment pack, please click here