Data for Good: Come with challenges, leave with solutions

Posted on: February 7, 2020

Content from the Future of Essex newsletter


The Essex Centre for Data Analytics and DataKind are teaming up to help community and voluntary sector organisations discover what’s possible when it comes to data.

If you’re wondering how data can drive better outcomes for the communities you serve or what more you could do with the information your organisation holds to solve the county’s shared challenges, then the Data for Good event is for you!

We’re ready and willing to commit our knowledge, energy and enthusiasm – free of charge – to use data science for social good. All we ask for in return is your time and an open mind – you don’t need to be a data guru – just join us on 25th February 2-4pm at Chelmsford Central Baptist Church to share your most difficult challenges and to discover the potential for partnership working.

This event is supported by the Business and Local Government Data Research Centre and the Essex CVS (ECVS) and is for charitable trusts and organisations operating within the Essex community and voluntary sector only. Spaces are limited to 50 (two representatives per organisation) so book now to avoid disappointment.

Author: Steering Member
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