Join us on 21 March as we demystify customer experience journey mapping and show how putting the supporter journey at the heart of your strategy can help you design the exact experience your charity-givers want.
Learn how combining deep audience discovery with strategic storytelling and innovative technology can help you transform supporter engagement, make fundraising easier and improve long term income generation.
You’ll leave the session with a solid understanding of customer experience journey mapping as an approach, and a practical toolkit of how to implement across your organisation to transform your supporter acquisition, retention and engagement.
Hear from leading experts on the latest in customer experience insight and practical tips for the third sector.
David Somerville, Strategy Director at award-winning customer experience digital agency Fresh Egg, will show how to combine empathy mapping, COM-B analysis, social listening and search intent data to uncover the needs, wants, fears and frustrations of your customers and map out their entire journey with your charity.
Ryan Wilkins, Founder & CEO, and Amber Parsons, Creative Content Director at creative agency Raw London, will explore how taking a strategic approach to video content can help map the desired emotional and practical responses at each point of the audience journey.
Mads Holmen, co-founder and CEO at industry-leading content recommendations engine Bibblio, will show how engaging supporters with exactly the right content at the right time in their journey by using technology can lead to more conversion for charities / NFP’s, with a recommendation engine as part of the content funnel.
How Marie Curie put their supporters at the forefront of their social media strategy
Marie Faulkner, Senior Social Media Manager at terminal illness charity Marie Curie UK will show how a supporter led strategy transformed their social media outputs and dramatically improved results.
Panel discussion and Q&A
Kirsty Marrins, leading specialist in third sector digital communications, will lead a 20 minute panel discussion and facilitate audience Q&A.
Lunch and networking
Please join us for a light lunch and networking in the bar from 12pm-1pm.
Please arrive from 9.30am for welcome tea and coffee. The programme will begin at 10am and run until 12pm. Join us for a light lunch and networking in the bar afterwards.
Please note this event is exclusive to those working in the third sector. Due to capacity, we can only offer up to 3 spaces per organisation. If you have any questions or would like more spaces, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.