Digital technologies can potentially transform your organisation’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. Exciting opportunities include partnering with technology startups that have a social purpose, harnessing the power of ‘digital’ to deliver social benefits and deploying online channels to communicate your CSR stories effectively. Ask us how.
Digital technologies can help nonprofits and social enterprises achieve tangible, real world results and build capacity. Social media and email marketing can help your donors, volunteers, beneficiaries and staff engage with your content in a way that benefits your cause. We can help you demystify ‘digital’ and achieve your mission. Find out more.
Social movements are increasingly using digital technologies to achieve their social change and political objectives. Advocacy and engagement can grow virally through a coordinated online presence. Digital technologies offer platforms for changemakers and activists to communicate and fund their causes. Explore further.
We've created a forum for discussion about social change and digital technologies. If you are involved in nonprofits, CSR, social enterprises, NGOs and other social change initiatives, or are a student, teacher or researcher, you are invited to join the Changespace forum. To do so please register with bunse-web.com.
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Digital technologies are transforming public health and healthcare services delivery. Web-enabled systems, digital information and mobile devices have radically changed the way we engage with large communities. Public health can benefit from the availability of 'big data' sources from social networks, blogs and games, which are able to provide real time situation-aware data. But the power of digital isn't just about data. Healthcare organisations can leverage multi-channel, co-ordinated digital communications and social networks to raise public awareness, increase donations and mobilise volunteers.
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Bunse's Managing Director, Vik Gill, who is also completing a PhD in Business at Kingston University London, recently presented a paper co-written with Dr John Kitching, at the Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) conference 2013, held in Cardiff, UK.
The title of their paper is 'Assessing the benefits of ICT to the triple bottom line'. It was one of three papers receiving a nomination for best paper in the social and ethical enterprise track. If you would like a copy, please email: email@example.com.