RMD Consulting – Charity and Not-for-Profit Consultants – About Us
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RMD Consulting – Charity and Not-for-Profit Consultants
RMD Consulting – Charity and Not-for-Profit Consultants is led by Dr Roger Donbavand.
Roger’s 30 year experience in strategy, marketing and branding both in the commercial world and then transitioning into the charity and not-for-profit sector makes him perfectly placed to help charities and not-for-profits become more business-like, while retaining their original mission.
The third sector is overcrowded, confusing and everyone is wanting to get hold of donors – individual or corporate. Government funding is declining.
Not-for-profit organisations need to be more savvy, sharper, more effective in what they do and how they promote themselves. They need to be more distinctive and focussed in what they offer. They need to engage effectively with their donors, clients and other stakeholders.
If this is the challenge facing your organisation then RMD Consulting can help you. This NFP consulting is ONLY what we do; BUT we do it cost effectively. If you are unsure what you need, please do contact us for a no obligation discussion.
Advising EML Consulting, Colombo, on their business processes.
Joins board of the Leprosy Mission Australia (non – exec board director)
Commonwealth Study Conference Leaders’ Challenge – London and India (Award). CSC Leaders is a global leadership programme for 100 leaders selected each year from government, business and NGOs across the 53 countries of the Commonwealth. CSC leaders is the renewal of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conference – first run in 1956.
General Manager, Mission Australia
2011 – 2013
Managing Director, BDRC Australia, Sydney
UK and International
1999 – 2011
Director and Board Director, BVA, BDRC, London
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
PhD, (1982, Social Sciences), University of Nottingham