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Wish You Were Here

Conference presenting the merits of expanding a small organisation through franchising.
When Mar 18, 2015
from 09:30 AM to 04:45 PM
Where Royal Statistical Society 12 Errol Street (Errol Street entrance), London, EC1Y 8LX
Contact Name
Contact Phone 08444146083
Attendees Anyone from a charity considering expanding their organisation, without dramatically increasing their core costs.
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Scaling up your charity without scaling up your costs


You are invited to a one-off conference where you’ll get a first-hand look at what it’s like to grow a charity through franchising. Having thoroughly tested this innovative means of expanding our work, Changing Tunes will be sharing our experiences, successes, lessons learned, and will answer the big question: ‘Is franchising a successful model of growth for charities?’ Wish You Were Here will be of interest to funding bodies, charities looking to expand sustainably, and members of the prison and justice sectors.

Wish You Were Here will feature input from the Chief Inspector of Prisons, Nick Hardwick who will be asking: Transforming Rehabilitation: Are we ready for it? – Nick will give a unique insight into the current situation in criminal justice sector, particularly on the changes being made through the Transforming Rehabilitation programme

Renowned criminologist and author Prof. Shadd Maruna will be reporting back on a new in-depth evaluation of our work, and the power of music.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day, with a drinks reception and networking opportunity to follow the event.

The event will be educational, inspirational and musical!

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