NESC will be proudly presenting at Consulting Day for New York City’s Nonprofit Community, sponsored by Baruch College, School of Public Affairs, Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management on March 27, 2012.
Joseph Townsend, Senior Vice President, Social Enterprise, Sergio Sedita, Regional Director, Long Island/ Coordinator of Consultants, and Consultant Ann Marie Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer, Spectrum Works, Inc. will present on:
Social Enterprise: Strategies for Taking Advantage of Underutilized Assets
Description: Learn about the entrepreneurial pursuit of a social enterprise/earned income business activity – within the nonprofit’s mission – as a means to generate unrestricted cash flow from human, physical, technological and social/brand assets.
This new source of revenue developed from existing assets is becoming more valuable in the current economic downturn, when monetary contributions from endowments, government grants and foundations are on a decline and/or may have restrictions.
The workshop will discuss how you…
– Identify existing underleveraged, non-monetized assets
– Create a focused business plan
– Implement the business venture
For full details on the event, see below.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 from 8:30AM-4:00PM
Baruch College, Newman Vertical Campus
Newman Campus Conference Center, 14th Floor
55 Lexington Avenue @ 24th Street
–Meet with a consultant & discuss the challenges facing your organization.
–Receive up to two appointments consisting of a free 45-minute one-on-one session.
–Network with over 100 leading nonprofit organizations in NYC.
–Attend one or two workshops led by experts in the nonprofit sector
Space is limited – Appointments are required to attend the event
Appointments will be given on a first-come, first-served basis
Appointments and workshop registrations must be made in advance, and confirmed by CNSM staff.
Appointments are required.
Maximum two consultations in two focus areas and two workshops per attendee
OR Call (646) 660-6743 or (646) 660-6819