Harlequin to exhibit at CHASE 2016

For the sixth consecutive year, Harlequin is to exhibit at CHASE – the Charities and Associations Event.

  • Where: Business Design Centre, London, N1 0QH
  • When: 16 & 17 February 2016

Once again, the Harlequin team will be exhibiting at CHASE. Visit stand 24 for a demonstration of the Harlequin CRM, fundraising, charity accounting and membership management software and collect a portfolio of client case studies.

The seminar programme at CHASE 2016 has been designed to reflect emerging opportunities and challenges for both charities and associations, according to Business Development Director, Michelle Moran. “The not for profit sector is under more public scrutiny than ever before, and is always under pressure to achieve more with less” she said today. “But there is also huge potential out there, with ever more sophisticated solutions and strategies emerging to help charities achieve the best for their beneficiaries, and association to do the same for their members. CHASE 2016 has been structured to celebrate those opportunities, and take a fresh, thought provoking look at how we as a sector can maximise them.” 

Fundraising, technology, marketing, membership management, governance, legal and financial issues will all be under the microscope as respected thought leaders from the charity and association arenas come together to present a seminar programme full of practical advice and real life examples. Highlights will include:

For Charities:
Kids Company – Learning the Lessons of the Past to Provide a Path for the Future. Andy Burman, SEBCO.
Interactive Fundraising Technology to Raise You More. John Roberts, Givergy.
Expert Guide to Charity Loans. Paul Davis, Charity Bank.
Why a Diverse Board Matters and how to have one. Alex Swallows, Young Charity Trustees.

For Associations:
Membership Engineering. Mervyn Pilley, Not for Profit Business Services Ltd.
Planning Your Membership Digital Content Strategy. John Martinez, Shocklogic.
PElections as an Opportunity for Better Member Engagement. Luke Ashby, Electoral Reform Services.

Delegates can register free now by visiting the registration page.

*Image used with permission of CHASE2014.


Posted on January 27, 2016 by Tom Ellis