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How to Measure and Present your Social Impact

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Work.Life Camden

13 Hawley Crescent

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Calling all social enterprises, charities and initiatives!

Do you know how to measure your impact? If you do, do you know how to present the impact of your work in the most effective ways possible?

We're working with 2 notable experts to present you the knowledge you need to take your work to the next level. With the information you gain this evening, you will be able to confidently approach stakeholders and funders, in the future.

They've got a wealth of experience and expertise. Join us as we delve into the impact world together.

Learn how to measure and present your social impact to funders and other stakeholders.

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Matt Kepple CEO & Founder

Makerble.com

Matt Kepple is the founder of the progress platform, Makerble. He began his career in advertising before worked in market research, project management and marketing. Matt cofounded the Youth Funding Network, cofounded and chaired The Commission for Youth Social Enterprise, and was appointed as a UK Social Enterprise Ambassador.

Graeme Lipschitz, Business Development & The Mad Hatter

Wonderland Collective

After completing his time at Google UK and South AFRICA, Graeme joined Clicks2Customers - a globally recognised performance digital agency - as Head of Business Development. He was part of the team that landed Standard Chartered Bank Asia as well as other top global accounts. During this time, he co-founded Wonderland Collective as The Mad Hatter with his wife Lexi Fontein. Together they have been at the helm of over 50 projects specialising in WordPress specialist design and development with a customer-led focus and strategy. They are currently opening the London office for Wonderland Collective.


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