Not-for-profit: Covid-19 crisis panel discussion
Why charities need CX now more than ever
TribeCX has reached out to its network to bring together CX leaders from the not-for-profit sector for a roundtable discussion. Professionals from City & Guild, RNLI, British Council, and CHP will be sharing the highs and lows, the what worked and what didn’t, and what customer experience practices they are putting in place now to deal with this crisis, and prepare themselves for the next one.
Join us for our panel discussion on Thursday 30th July at 3pm to hear from:
Kate Franklin – COO at Chelmer Housing Partnership, a charitable housing association, based in Chelmsford
Kirstie Donnelly MBE – CEO at City & Guilds Group, a leader in global skills development
Mark Robson – Director English & Examinations at British Council, the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities
Adrian Carey – Lifesaving Operations Manager at the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, a charity that saves lives at sea.
Register for event now.
Submissions for the event close Tuesday 30th July at 12-midday. If you sign up later than this, we will let you know of our next not-for-profit or roundtable event.