Cold calling amounted for ‘very little’ of the work at defunct agency GoGen
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Cold calling amounted for ‘very little’ of the work at defunct agency GoGen

3 Sep 2015 | Fundraising | Hugh Radojev

A former GoGen employee has said that cold calling made up “very little” of the work that he and some 400 others were doing on behalf of charities at the time the agency collapsed. 

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Cold calling amounted for ‘very little’ of the work at defunct agency GoGen

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