Monday, 6 October 2014

Join the Social Impact Analysts Association for Talking Data this November

Talking Data is the fourth international annual conference from the Social Impact Analysts Association (SIAA) on the 3rd and 4th November in Toronto, Canada. Join impact analysts from across the globe to discuss questions around how we can ensure that the data we collect is creating the most social impact or value.

Help drive the impact agenda forward across charities, businesses, and governments at this fantastic international opportunity to participate in two days of workshops, dialogue and networking at an international level. Find out more information here:  

Why are we Talking Data?

Collecting data is not enough. Data will not speak for itself. Work needs to be done to ensure that measurements deliver the right message. From writing social impact reports for our funders to telling stories to inspire our stakeholders, how we present data has a huge effect on how it is interpreted and then used. This is why at SIAA’s annual conference this year we will be talking about data and how we make it speak.

This event offers a fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in social impact analysis to engage with expertise that is driving the impact agenda forward across charities, businesses, and governments across the globe.

The day will include:

·         Workshops: Participate in in depth discussions on the key challenges and opportunities in the field of social impact analysis.
·         Plenaries: Hear leading professionals presenting inspirational ideas.
·         Interactive activities: Get hands on in fun and collaborative tasks.
·         Networking: Meet, learn from, and share with those working in social impact analysis internationally.

When: 3rd – 4th November 2014
Where: St James Cathedral Centre, Toronto, Canada
Tickets: $325 CAD (+ booking fee). Available at

There is a $75 discount on tickets for SIAA members. Members should email to receive their discount code.

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