Building the Bottom Line: Revenue Growth and Diversification
Thursday, December 13, 2012 1:00 pm
In-person | Cleveland, OH
Learn how to maximize revenue for your organization.
Are you interested in growing or diversifying your revenue streams? Is your organization considering launching a social enterprise, developing a new earned income stream or beginning a major fundraising program? Before you invest precious and limited resources, arm yourself with a revenue planning mindset that will support and maximize your organization’s short-term revenue needs and long-term sustainability. And walk away with tools you can use tomorrow to begin planning your organization’s revenue strategies and tactics.
This highly interactive session will include traditional presentation, group discussion, revenue planning exercises and Q&A. The final hour will include a panel discussion with nonprofit executives who have used the approach outlined in the class. Don't miss it!
About the presenter:
Nancy Osgood is president of The Osgood Group, a management advisory firm that helps nonprofit organizations and socially-focused businesses improve performance, effectiveness and sustainability. Her work across diverse industries and functions falls into two broad categories: revenue generation (earned and contributed) and large-scale planning and restructuring to support profitable growth. She has led engagements in arts and culture, education, social services and private industry. Prior to founding the firm, Nancy held senior positions in nonprofit management, philanthropy and private industry. Nancy has been on the faculty of Case Western Reserve University (Weatherhead School of Management), and has taught courses in the Masters of Nonprofit Organizations program. Her work with student and nonprofit executives earned her the 2010-11 teaching award. Nancy has held executive level positions leading new business initiatives and developing revenue streams locally, nationally and internationally for The Cleveland Orchestra and Case Western Reserve University. Clients of The Osgood Group include The Chicago Philharmonic, LAND studio, Magdala Center (Israel), Mario Morino, and the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.
- Robert L. Fischer, research associate professor and co-director of Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University
- Bill Leamon, managing director, Business of Good Foundation and professor of marketing, Notre Dame College
- Santina Protopapa, founder and executive director, Progressive Arts Alliance
Space is limited. Register online with the form below, in person, or by calling (216) 861-1933. Registrants requiring ASL signers or other disability-related services are asked to contact the Foundation Center at least two weeks in advance.
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