Fundraisers should tap into young people's desire for experiences
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Fundraisers should tap into young people's desire for experiences

22 Sep 2016

Young consumers are over ‘stuff’ and want experiences, says Laura Croudace. She explores opportunities for charities in harnessing millennials’ enthusiasm for doing things, rather than buying things.

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