No Time to Tweet – Social Media for CEOs

Social media is revolutionising the way that charities communicate with their supporters, service users and partners. There is a whole new digitally savvy audience out there, one that’s passionate about the issues charities exist to tackle. And yet too often, platforms like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube are left to the digital team to take care of.

So if you’re a charity chief executive who wants to understand the point in using social media, this event is for you.

No Time to Tweet – Social Media for Charity CEOs” – a free event exclusively for charity chief executives, at Hub King’s Cross, Thursday 21st March at 4pm.

Simon Blake OBE, CEO of Brook

You’ll hear from Simon Blake OBE, chief executive of sexual health charity Brook, and Gracia McGrath OBE, chief executive of early intervention mentoring charity Chance UK, on how they use social media and how it’s brought real benefits to their organisations.

Gracia McGrath OBE, CEO of Chance UK

There’ll also be chance to chat to other charity chief executives over a glass of wine.

Whether you’re a bumbling beginner or intrepid intermediate, this event is for you.


Places are limited – register below, or at


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