Asked on 18 April
We're considering offering a proposition for organisations that employ a lot of volunteers. It could comprise discounted products and services for those volunteers, as well as other benefits. Have other institutions developed anything similar for volunteers? If so, what has worked well and what has not worked in terms of both the proposition itself and its distribution?
If your institution has decided against or stopped offering a proposition for volunteers, I'd be grateful if you could share the rationale for doing so.
Topic: Product Innovation and Development
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