Like social enterprise? Connect with 7500 likeminded people

January 6, 2011 at 10:05 am Leave a comment

I am always learning from this listserv. Here’s their invitation to check it out:  

“Are you interested in learning more about how nonprofit organizations develop successful strategies to generate earned income to pursue their mission, build capacity and achieve greater sustainability? If so, you’re invited to join the npEnterprise Forum listserv, the official listserv partner of the Social Enterprise Alliance. This free, no-spam listserv offers friendly interactions among colleagues who seek to learn from each other about social enterprise strategies and best practices. Subscribers range from newcomers to experienced venture managers, and include nonprofit staff, funders, consultants, professors, students, and many others. The maximum is one email per day.

Recent discussion topics include social enterprise compensation issues, the ins and outs of LLCs and L3C legal structures, and managing partnerships with for profit organizations. This listserv is consistently ranked as THE most valuable interactive resource about social enterprise.

We hope you will join the discussion! Subscriptions are free, and can be canceled at any time.

For more information, visit
http://www.npenterprise.net
or, to subscribe, just send a blank email to
npEnterprise-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

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