Thought your network might be interested in the just published Philanthropy Impact Magazine entitled: The Relationship Between Money and Mission: Understanding
"Pay What You Wish" programs have been used as a friendly way to generate admissions fees. The idea is give attendees options and flexibility. The wording iskavallon1961
I counter that there is still value in competitions. There is a place for both competition and collaboration. Additionally, running a competition is a
Common topics include discussions on how to:
1) Choose an organizational form to implement your social enterprise idea
2) Assess organizational readiness to develop SE strategies
3) Identify and select viable opportunities to grow your SE (e.g. more from your current activities, new ventures, corporate partnerships, etc.)
4) Determine risks and rewards of developing SEs
5) Conduct business research
6) Resolve legal and tax concerns
7) Secure funding or investment for your SE
8) Integrate business planning and development into the daily management of your organization.
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