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HyphenEarth – Looking back and moving forward to net zero

At Hyphen8, we’re passionate about the role we can (and should) play to contribute to a greener…

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Salesforce Spring ’24 Release Highlights 

Hooray! Spring is (almost) here 😊 and Salesforce have just delivered their latest release, jampacked with useful…

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Are we being oversold on the impact of AI?  

“Are we being oversold on the impact of AI in funding?” This was a question posed by…

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Highlights of 2023

By Elaine Forth – CEO   Looking back on the year with the goal of filtering out…

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How personalisation supercharges User Experience  

We put ourselves in the shoes of our users all the time. It’s critical for us to…

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Funders Collaboration Group: Service Design Special

To kick off our Summer of Service Design, our June Funders Collaboration Group (FCG) session focused on…

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We challenge and re-design processes, and build innovative solutions to help our customers make an impact

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Superpower Salesforce

We design, build and support innovative and flexible solutions on Salesforce.

We can help you maximise your impact and free up time to spend with your stakeholders and concentrate on your mission.

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Design Better Services

Our Service Design team have joined us from leading UK funders, and have years of grant-making and charity expertise.

We can redesign your processes and help you deliver your mission more effectively.

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Many of the changes are already being applied across our wider work and there’s no going back to the old ways. For now, we take a breath, see what works and what doesn’t, then we go again making the next round better.