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Examining the Importance of Storytelling in Analyzing Economic Impacts

Posted by Nasera Kaouss on July 23, 2018

The Value of Storytelling in Business

If you have kids or if you ever were a child (so everyone), you inherently understand the value of storytelling. Storytelling has been used as a very effective learning device for years. From teaching children social and language skills to formal education for adults, storytelling is used as a means to communicate all ranges of ideas.

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Topics: Data, Economics, Nonprofit, Funding, Methodology

What the Brewers Association Can Teach Us About Contribution and Impact Analyses

Posted by Tim French on March 9, 2018

There’s never an easy path to affecting policy change whether we’re talking on the national, state, or local level. But among the tools available to give clarity to the conversation, economic contribution and economic impact analyses rank among the most widely used.

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Topics: Data, Economics, Nonprofit, Contribution Analysis

The Fight for Funding

Posted by Phil Cheney on January 12, 2017
Small to medium-sized nonprofit organizations across the country are struggling each day just to survive.

With funding becoming more and more difficult to secure each year, nonprofits are finding that communicating their value to stakeholders is more important than ever.
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Topics: Nonprofit, Funding

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