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How to Start and Run A Successful Non-Profit Business – Part 2

Thursday, May 31 from 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM  

Whether you’re starting up or running a non-profit, once you’ve established your mission, organization and key goalsdeveloping with your board, staff and volunteers plans for fundraising, marketing, and sponsorships will be critical for success. SCORE counselor Bob Potter will help guide you through these important steps in this workshop.

Presenter: Bob Potter is a graduate of Syracuse University and has more than 40 years in creative management, marketing communications, and non-profit development for leading corporate, arts, cultural and non-profit organizations including Time Warner, National Geographic, AOL, National Gallery of Art, Lyme Art Association, Mystic Seaport, and Save the Children. His areas of expertise include marketing and communications, web development, market research, fundraising for non-profits, and strategic planning. In addition to SCORE, Bob is a volunteer with the Shoreline Food Pantry, the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, and is a docent at the Yale Center for British Art.

Workshop sponsored by Southeastern CT SCORE.

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