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Sometimes CFOs and FDs are on the outside looking in when it comes to technology decisions. It does not always have to be this way. Here are the five questions CFOs should be asking themselves when it comes to making technology decisions.Read more
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CFOs today face several ever-evolving challenges. Digital disruption continues to change the way business gets done everywhere from self-driving cars to closing the books.
Sometimes CFOs and FDs are on the outside looking in when it comes to technology decisions. It does not always have to be this way. Here are the five questions CFOs should be asking themselves when it comes to making technology decisions.
The Fundraising Regulator and Chartered Institute of Fundraising have published guidance around the return of in-person events, community fundraising and cash collections. The move follows the resumption of public fundraising as part of the government’s easing of lockdown.
“Substantial gaps” in data are having major implications for how effectively the voluntary sector is able to function, according to a new report from Pro Bono Economics.
Aldi is donating profits from its Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake to charity, despite the supermarket being taken to court by M&S for infringing trademark laws. Sales of a limited edition version will benefit Teenage Cancer Trust and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Charities need to engage with affluent millennials via their chosen technology platforms or miss out on future donations. A report by The Beacon Collaborative shows charities have preconceptions about the giving habits of the millennial generation.