Entrepreneurs aim to help develop charities

Gabrielle Imerson, Cal Saul and Antonia Brindle.
Gabrielle Imerson, Cal Saul and Antonia Brindle.

Three female entrepreneurs have teamed up to create an innovative business academy, which aims to improve the performance and secure the future of charities in the region.

Cal Saul, Antonia Brindle and Gabrielle Imerson have launched the Charity Development Academy, which will support charities in the region before rolling the programme out across the UK and into Ireland.

Antonia, from Whitley Bay, said: “It is so important for charities to project and to protect themselves well.

“A well thought out strategic communications plan can secure extra revenue streams, ensure a robust team that delivers return and make the charity a household name that people from both corporate and personal backgrounds want to support.”

Aseminar will take place in Amble on Friday, April 24, at £85 per person and includes lunch. Places are limited so booking is advised at www.charitydevelopment.info