Capital Idea – Is Your Gargantuan Need for Capital All-Consuming?
In this post-apocalyptic financial world, the equilibrium that once existed between private and public capital has not yet rebalanced. The fact is, it may never! Therefore, understanding how to maneuver within this new reality has been all consuming for our fledgling junior. So what is a micro junior to do?Does Humanity Need a Habitat? Of Course It Does
Habitat for Humanity is a world-wide organization that fosters perseverance while working together for the common good.The recognition of a need to assist fellow humans in getting a roof over their heads has no greater advocate than the world-renowned organization Habitat for Humanity.The Thank You Letter Is Done – Now What?
A gift comes in. You enter the data. The Thank You letter gets printed and mailed and just like that, you’re done. Whew! On to the next thing, right? Nope. Not even close.7 Drama-Minimizing Tools Every Nonprofit Board Needs
Ideally, your Board should be made up of people who care deeply about the work your nonprofit does and are willing to give their time, talent, and treasure to see it be successful. Unfortunately, most people who serve on nonprofit Boards don’t understand what they’ve said “yes” to.Four Steps to Engaging Your Board
I have a theory about nonprofit Boards. Most small nonprofits have people on their Boards who don’t understand what they’ve said “yes” to.6 Tips for Event Planning Greatness
Creating an event that will be imaginative in design, and effective in its purpose, requires a methodical business-like approach to make sure you select the right meeting facilities, hire the right catering, and structure the best program. Here are 10 tips to help you take your event planning to the next level.Partnerships Can Help Build Successful Events
Raising funds and awareness can take a great deal of time and energy, and often does not create the results that organizations and groups had hoped for. When you build partnerships and collaborations that are meaningful and have clearly defined roles (and actions), your event or project can be catapulted to new levels of success.How Crowdfunding Helps Entrepreneurs
Crowdfunding is the twenty-first century’s alternative funding. We are familiar with huge multi-national corporations raising funds through their initial public offering (IPO) on a stock exchange market, but not sure how it will work for small unlisted companies who want to do the same. This articles writes about how crowdfunding helps entrepreneurs to raise funds for their business.5 Tips for Creating Loyal Donors
Deeper relationships lead to increased giving. You already know that.Beyond Raising Capital
Crowdfunding is not just about raising money. Investors who participate in a crowdfunding round have a shared passion for your idea, a vested interest in your company to see it succeed, and thus can help you in many ways non-financially. In a study by Nesta and the University of Cambridge, companies who did equity crowdfunding cited these as the top value-adds from crowdfunding investors: