As part of our series of free workshops for non-profit organizations and social businesses, our pro-bono team will host a workshop on “smart data tools”. The workshop, for which you can register here, will take place on February 22, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm in our office at Rosenstraße 18, 10178 Berlin.
Being the td Pro Bono team, it is our mission to share our data knowledge with people from the social sector and enable them to make use of an untapped world of insights to do their good even better. Thus, we organized a workshop on smart data for social businesses and nonprofits.
Data-driven we are, and data-driven we shall be – in our pro bono work as well. With our last year’s brainchild – the Digital Data Academy – presented at the labtogether conference, we hit the spot. Reason enough for us to build on it and turn this experience into a whole series of free workshops on data, for everyone that runs a social business, a NPO, a NGO or is active in civil engagement.
The outcome of numerous inspiring Design Thinking Workshops involving some serious brain crunching and post it shuffling was the “Digital Academy Workshop” that we held on November 17th at the labtogether conference curated by betterplace.org in Berlin.
At td, team projects that do not relate to a specific client but to the interests and passions of our team members are part of our day-today work. Every year these projects are pitched internally in order to gain the management’s as well as the team’s support, to ultimately be brought to life within 12 months.
what we do
Learn about which digital data source you have at your disposal, and what you can learn from them.
Learn how to leverage data into insights that help you extend your business and connect with new partners.
We will share best practices on how to interpret your data, and where to find benchmarks.
Being the td Pro Bono team, it is our mission to share our data knowledge with people from the social sector and enable them to make use of an untapped world of insights to do their good even better.
Although most NPOs, NGOs and social entrepreneurs are already working with data from social media analysis and website tracking, 25% are still interested in an introduction session into digital data and 23% wanted to get in contact with data related use cases from the social sector.
Based on these findings, we developed a basic data knowledge workshop and focused on the data sources of highest interest for our potential participants: Online Text Data, Google Search Data, Web & App analytics Data, CRM Data, and Open Data.