Are you a change-maker? Interested in setting up or growing your established not-for-profit organisation or purpose led business? Meet Kate Duffy, Managing Director of Junction Point. Kate has worked at both a grassroots and international development level building capacity within charities, social enterprises, purpose-led businesses and communities since 2009. An essential element of her work is the ability to work at a strategic and operational level ensuring any support offered results in immediate practical application.

Kate launched Junction Point in 2018 to support dreamers to become doers, and doers to do it even better. The specialist team of advisers work with around 80 organisations per year offering bespoke consultancy, training and specialist services to pre-start and established organisations.

Junction Point offers a huge range of bespoke support. It’s specialist areas include:

  1. Setting long-term strategy with stakeholders and developing detailed, practical business plans
  2. Identifying appropriate fundraising strategies, conducting grant research and writing bids
  3. Evaluation and showcasing impact; from developing frameworks to producing high quality reports
  4. Establishing your organisational culture, values and ensuring the right people are in the right roles

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