Knowledge is power and it’s time to share.

Join us for a conversation with the East Gippsland Data Collective to learn more about how member groups have used data to improve their services.

Save the Children’s Rachel Bell and Rachael Dooley will discuss with Seer’s Kristi Mansfield how data is helping create impact in East Gippsland.

Webinar: Data collaboration: Knowledge is power and it’s time to share
Tuesday 30 March 1:30pm – 2:30pm AEDT.

Register now to join us for this webinar

Session format:
45 mins > Discussion
15 mins > Q&A session

The webinar will be recorded and made available afterwards to allow
you to review and retain as an ongoing support resource.

Get started with data collaboration

Ahead of this webinar, you may like to read our article 5 things you need to know to get started with Data Collaboration to get you started thinking about how this could work for you.

In preparation for this article and webinar, Kristi, Rachael and Rachel sat down with Our Community and Smarty Grant’s Stefanie Ball to discuss how the East Gippsland Data Collaborative uses Seer to create social impact.

The subscription service caters for 20 users across four organisations to work as a collective, with a support advisor, storytelling dashboards, access to more datasets and advice from Seer data scientists. Get more information on the Seer Community Collective plan here.

We look forward to helping you on your data journey with Seer.