RECORDED WEBINAR: Advanced Analytics for Every Organization (Featuring the Houston Zoo)

July 17, 2018

Your database is full of untapped fundraising potential. It’s important to understand not only who in your database has the capacity to give, but also who has the likelihood to give.

In this one-hour webinar, you’ll hear industry leading consultants share best practices for using data and advanced analytics to drive your fundraising strategy. Whether you’re growing a new major giving program or have a well-established prospect research office, advanced analytics can help you take fundraising to the next level, make smarter decisions, and raise more revenue.

In this recorded webinar, you'll hear from the Houston Zoo and how analytics has changed the way it runs its nonprofit. We'll also discuss the power of combining modeling and wealth and how advanced analytics can help your organization raise more money while operating more efficiently. Advanced analytics is critical for any nonprofit organization. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how the strategic use of data can positively affect every part of your organization and help you deliver on your mission!


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