Arts Council England, which invests public money in arts and culture organisations, focused upon digital development among its fundees several years ago. Francis Runacres, executive director of enterprise and innovation, shares the funder’s insights into how to make digital transformation a reality
The Mix supports young people by offering advice, counselling and information online, on the telephone and through social media. CEO Chris Martin explains how a digital approach enables the charity to adapt quickly to what young people need
Eastside Primetimers has published the latest edition of our management publication EP Insights with a theme of ‘the Digital Charity’, drawing on the experience of charity leaders and looking at how to take your charity through a digital transformation
Leisure trusts are facing increasing challenges around their resilience and sustainability. Join our leisure consultant Neil Shearer and Joanna Bussell (partner, Winkworth Sherwood LLP) for our development workshop on Monday July 8th to learn more about how to strengthen your trust.
Eastside Primetimers chief executive Richard Litchfield blogs for the Access Foundation about lessons from the Reach Fund – a social investment programme where we have worked as a provider
Has your organisation considered interim management? Not sure if an interim can fit your needs? Bernice Rook, our Director of Membership and Resourcing, breaks it down – what is interim management, when should you use it and what are the costs and benefits?
Blog by our membership & resourcing director Bernice Rook for the organisation Inclusive Boards, about diversity in the charity sector and our Eastside Primetimers model for introducing people to the sector
A new CITR share offer supported by Ethex and Eastside Primetimers will help Foundation East strengthen communities in the East of England by investing in more small businesses and social enterprises
Charitable trading can bring huge rewards, but stepping into the new world of enterprise can be challenging. Eastside Primetimers director Bernice Rook offers six top tips to make your enterprise a success.
In this year’s NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards, Eastside Primetimers was named one of the top 100 social enterprises in the UK.
Eastside Primetimers has published the latest edition of EP Insights, our regular management briefing for social sector leaders, with a theme of ‘trading matters’ to look at how charities and social enterprise can generate trading income for social purpose.
Eastside Primetimers have published our latest Good Merger Index, our comprehensive look at charity mergers and consolidation activity, now in its fifth year
Eastside Primetimers chief executive Richard Litchfield has been quoted by Third Sector magazine on charity sector mergers and ‘The do’s and don’ts of merging’
New research from Eastside Primetimers for Community Leisure UK has looked at the resilience challenges facing leisure trusts and potential solutions
Parkinson’s UK’s strategic plan for 2015-19 marked a huge change, enabling the charity to step up into a leadership role for the entire Parkinson’s disease community. CEO Steve Ford explains how a clear, simple plan has come to life throughout the organisation and beyond.
Housing and social care provider the Accord Group is a large organisation, but remains nimble enough to continuously innovate. CEO Dr Christopher Handy explains how.
Street League’s real-time impact dashboard not only looks impressive but feeds crucial information into the youth charity’s strategic planning, explains director of strategy and impact, Lindsey MacDonald.
On January 22nd 2019 we will launch our latest Good Merger Index, featuring up to date analysis on social sector mergers and a panel of charity chief executives
Creating a strategy after a merger isn’t about starting from scratch but building upon the best of what’s gone before, says Breast Cancer Now’s CEO Delyth Morgan. Following a successful merger which forged the way for Breast Cancer Now, we sat down for a Q&A with Baroness Delyth Morgan to hear her strategy insights from the process.
“A great strategy doesn’t sit gathering dust, but adapts and responds to changes in the world outside.” Here are five tips to achieving this from Eastside Primetimers consultant Alice Memminger.