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Expertise LevelOrganization SizeCreating A For Profit Mentality
New Approaches To Obtaining Corporate Support

Duration: 72 minutes
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Kurt AschermannCorporate Giving
Led by Kurt Aschermann

Corporations are looking for partners not charities.

In this interactive workshop, Mr. Aschermann will discuss how this perspective changes the way nonprofits need to approach corporations in the 21st century.

In this seminar, Aschermann will show you how to create a "Unique Service Proposition" and how to use his "Got it, Need it, Can't do it" expectations management system.

Who Should Attend?

  • All sizes of organizations
  • Development Directors
  • CEOs and Other Senior Administrators
  • Board Members

About Kurt Aschermann:

Kurt Aschermann has extensive experience as a marketing and resource development professional. He has recently been named President and COO of Charity Partners LLC in Boston Massachusetts.  Charity Partners is a new company dedicated to providing innovative fundraising solutions for respected charities throughout the U.S. and the world.  Its first platform is called Tickets for Charity.

Prior to his current position, Aschermann was Senior Vice President of Resource Development and Marketing for Boys & Girls Clubs of America. In that position he created systems and programs to stabilize the organization’s fund raising operation while dramatically increasing the overall donor base and diversifying the methods used to raise money.  In 1990 BGCA raised and spent approximately $280 million. In 2002 that number was $1.2 billion.

He is a well-known, dynamic speaker and lecturer on nonprofit/for-profit relations, and board development, and has authored several articles about the changing donor environment and new economic realties of non-profit management.
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What Attendees Said About This Presentation:

"Helped us all get on the same page hearing the information at the same time from a qualified source."

"Information was clear and relevant to the work we do. Just wish he had more time to elaborate on some of the points."

"The most positive aspect was helping us to think like a for profit organization."

"We liked his good, clear examples."