2 key seminars in one day at this year's Charity Fair

01/02/2005 - London

2 key seminars in one day at this year's Charity Fair

Reading Room have been asked by the Directory of Social Change to deliver two key seminars at this year's Charityfair, which is being held for the first time at ExCeL, from the 12th-14th April.

Reading Room's accessibility knowledge and experience has been called upon for their first session on the 14th. With the somewhat controversial title of 'Accessibility is a flawed concept', Neil Davis, Commercial Director and Accessibility Guru will be igniting the debate on how accessibility is itself effectively part of the discrimination cycle.

The afternoon sessions open with Margaret Manning, CEO of Reading Room demonstrating how charities can best make use of the internet. Highlights will include how charities are discovering that web sites are an extremely cost effective method of marketing, and how more an more they are increasing revenues by providing a painless means of donating online.

Margaret Manning, CEO of Reading Room

We are delighted to be involved with Charityfair, the largest learning event for the UK voluntary sector.

Charityfair offers participants over 200 workshops, seminars and masterclasses, giving charities throughout the UK a much appreciated opportunity to receive high quality, low cost training to enhance the ways their organisations work. Over 7,000 visitors from the voluntary sector are expected over the three days.

As this year also marks the 30th anniversary of Directory of Social Change the organisation is keen to make Charityfair bigger and better than ever.

To find out more about this year's Charityfair please go to: www.charityfair.co.uk.