John Tate

John Tate

Accountant and entrepreneur

John Tate is a qualified accountant and entrepreneur. He is a columnist for Charity Finance, special adviser to the CFG and a visiting lecturer at Cass Business School's Centre for Charity Effectiveness.

John is a special advisor to the Charity Finance Group and visiting fellow at CASS Business School.

He is also a research fellow at HFS – a leading independent global analyst authority and knowledge community for the business and IT services indus

 

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Fake Charities? Bogg's Blub? Intelligent Giving?

 Here are a few sample websites that claim/attempt to reveal much about the inner workings of the sector....

Transparency and the web

John Tate says the web is a real danger to charities’ reputations.

Time to Twitter?

Technology is meant to improve efficiency, says John Tate. I gave a couple of talks last month to finance directors in the commercial sector on the future of IT. In my sessions I asked two questions. Firstly, how many of you work for organisations where the senior management con-sistently replies to staff emails? Of the 100 or so delegates only 2 or 3 put their hands up.

Cold comforts

How can IT help in a recession, wonders John Tate.

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Look before you leap when it comes to cloud technology

7 Jul 2014

If you are going to invest in cloud technology, John Tate has some words of advice – take time first...

How combining international aid and social media can transform Africa

18 Jun 2014

Social media is impacting life in Africa at breakneck speed, and it is not just the usual suspects Facebook...

Seven fun charity apps that engage with supporters

12 Jun 2014

Charities are doing exciting things with mobile apps. Kirsty Weakely takes a look at some that are great...

Putting retail at the heart of the Children’s Society

16 Jul 2014

The Children’s Society has changed the culture of its retail operation and is turning nearly 30 per...

The burden of suspicion has fallen disproportionately upon Muslim charities

8 Jul 2014

The growing focus on terrorism is unfairly raising suspicion about Muslim charities, warns Abdurahman...

Duplication on duplication

7 Jul 2014

Ian Allsop takes issue with some hardy perennials that seem to keep cropping up in the charity garden.