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Peer Learning Forum: Using Data to Enhance Social Impact

Jun 05
Date and time
Wed, 05 June  @  10:00  -  11:30
Free of charge
BITC members with advisory package
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Wed, 05 June  @  10:00  –  11:30

Engage, learn and understand how to use data sources and basic analytics to create strategic and impactful social impact.

This is an online event.


Business in the Community (BITC) members. Our Peer Learning Forums are now open to all members who have advisory in their membership package. This particular event targets members with Social Impact Advisory.


BITC Social Impact Advisory supports companies through understanding the leading practice principles of social impact, co-designing solutions with their communities, leading to sustainable impact within society and within the business. Our thoughtful, needs-led approach enables us to deliver outputs and recommendations that are evidence based and that help organisations understand what leading practice is, and what action they can take to achieve that.

About the event

At BITC we believe that businesses can contribute to rebuilding thriving communities, through strategic long-term community investment and through purpose led core business. Understanding where to engage and how is a critical aspect of this.

This Peer Learning Forum will explore how to use various data sources to gain insight and understanding of how to use them, which data sources are most appropriate and insightful, and the impact they can help create. We will also discuss previous advisory projects where data has been used to great effect, and how your organisation can benefit from taking a data-led approach to social impact.

About Business in the Community’s Peer Learning Forums

BITC’s Peer Learning Forums provide a confidential environment to discuss common issues, solutions, and good practice. There will be an emphasis on discussion and sharing experiences.

Booking and contact details and further information

  • Contact Annette Ettarh, Events Manager, BITC for any further questions.
  • Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.

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Wed, 05 June
10:00 – 11:30
Free of charge
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BITC members with advisory package