Close this search box.
Featured Awards Post Event Archives

Third Sector Live conference focuses on ways NFP can stand out in an oversaturated market

2 min read

The Countdown has begun for Third Sector Live conference focusing on ways NFP can stand out in an oversaturated market

Australia’s NFP sector is growing by four per cent each year, or 3,000 new organisations per year, making it increasingly important for organisations to stand out in order to remain visible as a business.  

Third Sector’s annual event, Third Sector Live 2019, this year with the theme “Cutting through the noise”, kicks off from the 24th to 26th of September in Sydney, and will gather experts from across the country and overseas to share knowledge and strategies that will help both organsational and professional development. 

There will also be topics on managing resources and how to succeed on a shoestring budget, and creating workplace culture that attracts, encourages and inspires employees to work towards their organisation’s shared mission and values. 

Attendees will hear from industry leaders about the role of the third sector, including Claire Rogers of World Vision, Katherine Raskob of FIA, Paul Ronalds of Save The Children, Jan Owen of Foundations for Young Australians and Kylea Tink of Camp Quality. 

“The Third Sector Live Conference provided a profound insight into the not for profit from multiple perspectives – government, not for profits and sector experts. Relevant topics, sector updates, innovative approaches and good oldfashioned networking combined to offer a valuable twoday experience. Attendance is a must for the not for profit executive”, delegates from the Social Impact Institute said.  

In addition, a representative from Community Vision, said: “I have been to many conferences and this is one of the best I have been to in some time. Speakers were good, on topic and very accurate and reflective in their presentations. Some great learnings and sharing of information which has definitely made an impression and given me food for thought about changes I may make to my strategy for the business.”  

Third Sector Live 2019 will also host the Third Sector awards night on the 24th September, which will be presented by Spark Strategy.  Themed “Avantgarde – Celebrating the sector’s most extraordinaire”, the Awards highlights innovative and progressive sector leaders and organisations, creating an opportunity to showcase themselves, colleagues or organisations for leadership and innovation demonstrated within their organisation and the wider community. 

+ posts

Pearl Dy is a community manager and journalist. She is passionate about business and development particularly involving not-for-profits, charity and social entrepreneurship.


You Might also Like

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Stories

Next Up