1. Next Normal: Mergers, Acquisitions & Collaboration

Next Normal: Mergers, Acquisitions & Collaboration

$79.00
Longtime nonprofit pros Andrea Mills and Glenn Kaufhold will lead a conversation about successful mergers and collaborations between organizations. You will learn how to explore opportunities to expand the reach and enhance the stability of your nonprofit. Fred Stock, the recently retired CEO of Jewish Community Services of Miami, will join the discussion.
Event ID: 2608521
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Wednesday, September 9, 12:00 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Andrea Mills and Glenn Kaufhold
Credits: Certificate of Attendance

Can a merger, acquisition, or collaboration strengthen your organization?

New research predicts that 22,000 nonprofits will fail over the next 36 months due to the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. A merger, acquisition, or collaboration could help your organization manage this uncertain future and boost your position in the marketplace.

The next normal demands new, creative, and expansive thinking to ensure your organization continues to thrive. By learning from leaders who have lived these experiences, you can discover practical ways to approach other organizations, make actionable plans, and overcome the trepidation of making transformative changes.

  • What are the current trends in the nonprofit sector?
  • What are the essentials of nonprofit mergers and acquisitions?
  • How can a merger or acquisition benefit your organization?
  • What are the most significant challenges of mergers and acquisitions?
  • How can you foster collaboration with other organizations?
  • What are some ideas for collaborative projects?

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