How To

An informal, often short, practical advice or instruction about how to accomplish some specific task.

How to Network to Grow Your Business

If women entrepreneurs want to grow their businesses, they need to network. That means stop behaving like shy little girls: Put yourself out there, especially when the economy is slow.

How to Fix a Micromanaging Nonprofit Board

by Michael Davidson

Does your board spend time secondguessing program decisions, reviewing the merits of various copier machines or discussing the color of this year’s annual report? If the answer is yes, the problem is not just a hazy understanding of “governance” vs. “management.” It’s more complicated than that.

Why Women Entrepreneurs Aren’t Getting Loans and What They Can Do About It

There’s no doubt about it: women business owners face greater funding challenges than men. A lesser-known fact is that those challenges may be linked to the industries that female business owners are choosing, according to new findings by Biz2Credit, an online credit marketplace. 

6 Tips for Raising Venture Capital Fast

When it comes to raising money from venture capitalists, the gender of an entrepreneur matters, According to new research from Stanford’s Clayman Institute for Gender Research, VCs have confidence in a man with a business background leading a tech company, but not in a woman with a comparable profile. 

How to Build a $10 Million Business, from Women Who Did It

Elite women-owned business -- those earning $10 million in revenue annually -- are growing in numbers almost 50% faster than $10 million business in general and nearly 100% faster than all women-owned businesses, according to Growing Under the Radar: An Exploration of the achievement of Million-Dollar women-Owned Firms, research commissioned by American Express OPEN.

How Small Businesses in Red Hook Recovered from Sandy

Red Hook, Brooklyn, is a mixture of light industry, open space, and residences. Its population is about 10,000. With no subway directly serving the area, getting there from Manhattan takes patience, although it is only minutes away by car. Plagued by high unemployment and poverty, the neighborhood adopted a plan in 1996 to reinvigorate itself. During the next 16 years, it became known as a destination for food, drink, and great waterfront views.

Creating an Effective Print Publication

by Howard Adam Levy

In our last article, Rise of the Magazine: How Nonprofits Are Harnessing the Power of Print, we looked at how different organizations were accomplishing their goals through print magazines and newsletters. In this article, we discuss some tips for creating an effective print publication.

5 Strategies to Break Through Revenue Barriers from a $340 Million Company

Chances are, you’ll need more than one technique to keep your company growing. Over the course of 20 years, Liz Elting’s and Phil Shawe’s company, TransPerfect, has grown to $342 million in revenue with 2,200 employees worldwide. The company provides translation and discovery services to law firms, healthcare companies and other businesses in which speed and accuracy are critical.
 

Managing Executive Transition: From Succession Planning to New Leadership

by John Corwin

Change is coming! Is your organization ready? How will it affect your fundraising?

Knock-Knock Emails

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By Mardy Sitzer

Ever get an email that sounds like it is from someone familiar but you just can’t place the name? Me too – I get these often enough that I thought to myself a blog post might be in order.



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