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Chris Ingram is the founder of the Ingram Trust and vice president of Shelter. He has spent over 40 years working in communications and marketing. In 1976 he founded the media agency CIA, which was sold in 2001 to the Tempus Group for £430m. He now helps media, communications and leisure companies build their brands.
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1 Oct 2015
Outgoing Charity Finance editor Andrew Hind raises concerns about threats to civil society's freedom of...
When The Sun and the FT accuse you of being inefficient in the same week, it’s time to explain yourself better
28 Sep 2015
When newspapers as diverse as The Sun and the Financial Times both get their facts wrong about charities,...
3 Sep 2015
Ian Allsop sums up what’s been happening in the charity world during the summer break.
2 Oct 2015
Following the conference earlier this week, Alice Sharman reflects on some of the themes emerging in Brighton.
30 Sep 2015
The charity sector is one of the most female-friendly sectors. But women still aren't getting the top...
Society Diary: The curry preference service, monkey selfies, and the great shadow charities minister mystery
25 Sep 2015
Our weekly round-up of interesting and outlandish information, collected from the corners of the charity...
8 Oct 2015
19 Nov 2015
11 Feb 2016