Yesterday was the launch of Survive to Thrive, a one-day marketing conference. AVFTH teamed up with North Yorkshire and York Forum to run the event, which involved 15 key speakers sharing their experiences with not-for-profits.
It was a fantastic day, the expertise shared throughout the day will undoubtedly have a lasting impact to the organisations that came. We met people from 55 different charitable and voluntary organisations, which highlights the demand for innovation and skills in this area.
The day was made up of talks, workshops and networking. Bobby Patel or Prashad Ltd and David Greenwood-Haigh of Divine Chocolate starting by exploring how we can understand uniqueness in our work. Further talks came from Caroline Cook of ASDA, Laraine Penson of Northern Ballet and Simon Biltcliffe of Webmart.
Survive to Thrive was the first event of it’s kind to happen in the North and is part of A View From The Hill’s wider vision for implementing change to the business and voluntary sectors. This means there will be many more conferences, educational seminars and networking events to come, check out our events page for up-to-date information, or simply register your email address.