Harlequin supports five IoF conferences this autumn

Harlequin supports five IoF conferences this autumn

Demonstrating its ongoing commitment to charities across the UK, this autumn Harlequin is supporting four of the Institute of Fundraising’s (IoF) annual regional conferences along with the national IoF conference in Scotland. Attendance at these events is central to the award-winning technology company’s remit to remain highly in-tune with fundraisers and the NFP sector.

As part of its Research and Development activity, Harlequin will carry out a survey at each event to gather insights about the challenges that regional charities face, their use of IT and barriers to technology, as well as ideas regarding future fundraising innovations and new ways of working. The results will be shared on the Harlequin blog.

Tom Ellis, Managing Director of Harlequin comments:  “I am pleased to announce Harlequin’s continued sponsorship of many of the IoF’s annual conferences – we are strong advocates of the IoF’s regional networks and consider them a key way to keep in touch with the evolving needs of fundraisers and the sector. This enables us to shape our software and services so that clients can rely on our technology to underpin their future plans.”

On 23 September, Harlequin repeats its sponsorship of the IoF West Midlands Region Annual Conference in Birmingham. On 21 October, the company returns as awards sponsor at the IoF Anglia Regional Conference & Annual Awards in Norwich. On 21 and 22 October, Harlequin exhibits at the IoF Scottish Conference in Glasgow. On 4 and 5 November, it is once again lead sponsor of the IoF North West Annual Conference in Grange-over-Sands. On 25 November, Harlequin is headline sponsor of the IoF South West Region Autumn Conference in Exeter.

Harlequin is also continuing its headline sponsorship of the IoF Yorkshire & North East Region Annual Conference early next year.

At each event, delegates can receive an introductory demonstration of the Harlequin charity software system and take away a portfolio of client case studies.

Posted on September 22, 2014 by Tom Ellis