Knowledge Series | Unlocking New Arts Fundraising Potential with Machine Learning with Chris Paver
A wave of new tools and technologies is opening up opportunities for fundraisers willing to embrace change. At the forefront of these innovations are AI-driven applications that can, and will, help arts organisations raise more while spending less.
Nonprofits have typically been slow to adopt new technologies, but the pandemic has revealed the need for innovation and lessons from the charitable sector show how early movers can easily use data to drive greater engagement.
This session explores the enormous potential of machine learning and AI to help arts organisations become more effective fundraisers. With case studies from early adopters and thought leaders in the charitable field, Chris will explore why machine learning outperforms traditional fundraising methods in everything from individual through to major giving and will discuss ways to get started. A must-see session for any fundraiser with an interest in using data to improve their results.
This seminar is ideal for:
Fundraising professionals, Executives, Artistic Directors, Board members and CEOs to develop their fundraising knowledge within the Australian arts and cultural sector.
Thursday 2 December – 11.30am AEDT, Online via Zoom
$40 (Book more than 3 webinars and receive 25% discount).
The Zoom link and any additional information will be emailed to you one day prior to the session.
About Chris Paver:
Chris is the head of operations and co-founder at Dataro. In this role he has helped dozens of nonprofits in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom to take their first steps into the world of AI and machine learning, driving better fundraising outcomes across programs. Previously a technology lawyer, Chris is passionate about helping nonprofits maximise their impact through technology.