—Terri Sorensen, President
Friends of the Children
Business plans are a great place to start before launching a social program or growing an organization.
A well-developed business plan creates a roadmap for your social sector or nonprofit venture and includes detailed analysis on your market, competitors, resource considerations, financials, and risk mitigation plan. The difference between a good nonprofit business plan and a great business plan is market research. Social Impact Architects has a high standard for market research and excels at building strong and sustainable business plans for social sector programs, organizations or social enterprises.
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