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Top Tech Tools for Nonprofit and Business Partnerships

Date/TimeWednesday, September 21, 12n-1pm ET

What tools are best for nonprofits that want to raise money and build awareness in partnership with businesses? In this informative and actionable webinar, Joe Waters suggests lays out the tech tools that make nonprofit and business collaborations easier and more successful.

Social Media Best Practices for Nonprofits

Geri Stengel , President, Ventureneer

Geri Stengel is founder and president of Ventureneer, a content marketing, marketing research and education company that helps companies reach small businesses. As a writer (author of Forget the Glass Ceiling: Building Your Business Without One and Stand Out In the Crowd: How Women (and Men) Benefit From Equity Crowdfunding and Forbes contributor writing about the success factor of women entrepreneurs), consultant, teacher (Kauffman FastTrac facilitator and former adjunct professor at The New School) and speaker, Geri has helped thousands of entrepreneurs take their vision to reality, develop their business plan, and learn the strategies and tactics they need to grow their businesses.

Geri Stengel


DateMay 16, 2011

You've heard it a thousand times: Social media can transform the way nonprofits operate. The questions you really want answered are:

  • Which social media will help my nonprofit accomplish its mission?
  • How do we get started?
  • What are nonprofits like us doing with social media?
  • How do we make sure that what we do is worth the cost?

Cause Marketing: A Win-Win for Small Businesses and Nonprofits

Date/TimeWednesday, May 18, 2011, 12n -1pm

Cause-marketing links your business to social good, to community improvement, and helps customers feel good about spending their money with you. What’s more, you help a nonprofit. It’s a win-win strategy that every nonprofit, small business, and niche brands can access.

The majority of consumers will switch to a brand that is associated with a cause, according to research studies, and this is particularly true of GenX, GenY and women.

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