Posts Tagged: Charity mergers

My day with the vain, corrupt, and unmerged

There was a sense of excitement as the outspoken Sir Tim Smit, the co-founder and executive vice-chair of the Eden Project took to the stage at the Acevo Annual Conference 2014 yesterday. Smit is never backwards about coming forward (appropriate really, since ‘Tim Smit’ is a palindrome), and started his speech/rant – he admitted that he hadn’t really planned what he was going to say – by warning that he was “going to say some very horrible things”. Read more on My day with the vain, corrupt, and unmerged…

Could merger problems be eased by matchmaking?

Our coverage of RNIB and Guide Dogs failing to find a common
path this week and last leads back to an age-old question: why aren’t there
more mergers in the charity sector?

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