What Nonprofits Need to Know About Corporate Partnerships
with Brittany Hill
Want to secure more corporate partnerships for your nonprofit in 2022? Join Brittany Hill, Founder and CEO at Accelerist, as she discusses what nonprofits need to know about corporate partnerships and prospecting. Nonprofit-corporate partnerships are relationships in which a nonprofit and a for-profit business work together to meet shared goals. These relationships can provide immense value for both parties involved.
From creating your ideal partner persona, to evaluating your nonprofit’s revenue growth potential, to reviewing practical inbound and outbound strategies, Brittany will walk you through what you need to know to take your prospecting efforts to the next level in 2022!
- Practical insights on how to craft your ideal corporate partner persona
- Guidance on how to structure your organization’s revenue growth strategy
- Inbound fundraising best practices and how to move interested corporate prospects through a conversion funnel
- How to build a winning outreach strategy to attract new prospects and win back lost partners
- And more!
About the Presenter
Brittany Hill is the CEO and Founder of Accelerist, the partnership intelligence SaaS platform where causes and corporations connect. As a passionate data seeker and trend translator, Brittany specializes in using analytics and innovations to support B-corporations and Fortune 1000 companies as well as enterprise and federated nonprofits in their pursuit of sustainable events and partnerships. Brittany’s trendsetting insights have been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, TIME, and MSN.com. In her role, Brittany spearheads social impact product development and leads a talented team who has supported 100s of customers in effectuating social change.
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