Maximising income and sustainability in the ‘new normal’

There is no getting away from it, 2020 has been a year of seismic change. Where plans and strategies had been in place, it was suddenly replaced with reactivity. Where forecasts had been made, it was replaced with survival. As we head towards Christmas, the highlight in the charity retail calendar, no doubt your focus is on financial recovery and making the most of the rest of the year.

Working for, and supporting, you during those crisis months from March through to June, it was clear the toll Covid-19 was taking on the sector. We all saw the headlines as charities petitioned for government help for funding and PPE. Those were desperate times. We were proud to be able to support you with much needed PPE care packs for your staff, volunteers and customers, as well as providing free resources for your shop re-openings.

Time to collaborate and consolidate

Being a sponsor of Build Back Better has given us another opportunity to help support your charity getting 2020 back on track. We have always seen the need for effective procurement, better and streamlined processes and helping charities to maximise income. There’s never been a better or more important time to do this than right now.

But what does this look like in the ‘new normal’? How can your charity continue to adapt to create opportunities for cost savings and growth.

Join the Build Back Better conversation

Please join us for a special webinar to find out how we can help you leverage the savings you could be making and the time you could be saving across your charity. We’ll also share some key takeaways from a recent forum we held with a number of charities who discussed the positive impact that true collaborative partnerships have on the all-important bottom line, and their top considerations when looking to engage with new supply partners.

And finally, we’re really excited to be joining forces with The Charity Retail Consultancy and Eproductive to offer £1500 of prizes for 3 lucky charities. We’re supplying 2 pieces of stunning Street 76 furniture worth £500!

So please join Terry Gardner on Thursday 24 September at 10am to get your 2020 back on track and let’s Build Back Better together!