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  • Following on from the success of last year’s report, the Skills Platform has released its latest research.

    The report aims to build a clearer picture of how charities are using digital by mapping trends and progress as well as understanding how charities are tackling topical issues such as GDPR and emerging technology.

    Read and download the full report.

  • The slides from the event can be downloaded here 

  • This year marks the 20th year Fat Beehive has been making websites for not-for-profit organisations in the UK and internationally. We’ve grown up with the internet, have seen it change and in turn have changed ourselves over the years.

    We’re proud of our work – with almost 300 websites under our belts – and the reputation we’ve earned as one of the UK’s leading web development agencies for the third sector. Building on top of this legacy, Fat Beehive has now broadened our service offering further with the appointment of a new Head of Creative.

  • Steve Reed MP (Shadow Minister [Digital, Culture, Media and Sport] [Civil Society]) will host a short presentation, panel discussion and Q&A on behalf of Fat Beehive in Room 09 Palace of Westminster on 27th March 2018 at 2pm and requests the pleasure of your company.

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and is a replacement to the Data Protection Act (DPA, 1998). It aims to standardise the way Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is dealt with in terms of Data Controllers (i.e. organisations that collect personal data) and Data Processors (i.e. a third party you share data with) and that exist within the EU or countries operating outside of the EU that process data on EU nationals. Ultimately it gives back control and ownership of data to the individual.

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    This International Women’s Day, we asked the incredible women who work at Fat Beehive how they’ve got to where they are and what their advice is for women at the start of their career in the tech and digital sectors. Read on to find out Head of Client Partnerships Caroline’s thoughts are on the need to change society’s perceptions of tech and digital if we are to achieve true gender equality in the sector…

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    This International Women’s Day, we asked the incredible women who work at Fat Beehive how they’ve got to where they are and what their advice is for women at the start of their career in the tech and digital sectors. Find out what Producer Anna has to say…

  • Photo and quote from Abi

     

    This International Women’s Day, we asked the incredible women who work at Fat Beehive how they’ve got to where they are and what their advice is for women at the start of their career in the tech and digital sectors. Hear why Client Strategy Manager Abi’s top piece of advice is to try out as many things as possible…

  • This International Women’s Day, we asked the incredible women who work at Fat Beehive how they’ve got to where they are and what their advice is for women at the start of their career in the tech and digital sectors. In this interview Camille, a developer at Fat Beehive, tells us how she got into tech…

  • Caoimhe quote

    This International Women’s Day, we asked the incredible women who work at Fat Beehive how they’ve got to where they are and what their advice is for women at the start of their career in the tech and digital sectors. Here, our Office Manager Caoimhe explains why she believes getting our schools to encourage both boys and girls equally to pursue ‘techie subjects’ is crucial to getting more women into the sector…

  • The deadline for entering this year’s Charity Awards is fast approaching with applications closing on Friday 23rd February 2018.

    It’s easy and free to enter, you just need to consider your project and ensure you have enough evidence to back up your submission.

    You can download an application form from the website and you will need to submit your completed entry form via the website too.

    Enter the awards…

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