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WealthWatch – free copy available

I love a freebie, and I see that Researchers in Fundraising (RiF) committee is publicising WealthWatch – the monthly report focusing on wealth and wealthy people in the UK. This could be a useful research source in your research on (potential) major donors. If you go to http://prospectingforgold.co.uk/wealthwatch/ you can request a free trial copy.

WealthWatch provides:
In-depth detail on the backgrounds, interests, careers and lifestyle of high profile and/or wealthy people;
Names of “unknown” millionaires with their home addresses;
Five whole in-depth profiles each month;
Networks and connections, showing you important first and second level relationships of powerful and influential decision-makers;
Full details of some individual philanthropists and grant making trustees, their interests, their beneficiaries, and how much they give;
Topical business & media news, valuable contact details and a cross-referenced index.

The RiF conference sponsorship advertisement does not imply endorsement from the RiF Committee. Whilst I can understand that, I have no hesitation in recommending WealthWatch. I don’t subscribe myself, but I reckon it is definitively worth a look.

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All the best

Finbar Cullen, ResearchPlus

 

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