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The 501c3 Model - What Are Other Options?
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Many CBOs are 501c3 entities. There are, however, other socially conscience models such as “B” Corps, Limited Liability Corporations or “S” Corps and sole proprietors. There are also hybrids and/or subsidiaries of these different structures. Based on survey results from members of the CBO Affinity Group, we will explore the range of structures and business models and key differences.

 Export to Your Calendar 3/13/2019
When: Thursday, March 13, 2019
4:00PM EST / 1:00PM PST
Where: Zoom Virtual Meeting
United States


Online registration is available until: 3/13/2019
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This webinar will explore the key elements and variances in the business models and underlying structures of capacity building organizations (CBOs).  Factors in business models include value proposition, target markets, competitive differentiation, revenue model, proficiency, and capital to invest in talent development and retention, growth, marketing, equipment, and fostering sustainability. Many CBOs are 501c3 entities. There are, however, other socially conscience models such as “B” Corps, Limited Liability Corporations or “S” Corps and sole proprietors.  There are also hybrids and/or subsidiaries of these different structures. Based on survey results from members of the CBO Affinity Group, we will explore the range of structures and business models and key differences. We will also explore responsibilities to the varying sources of capital be they donors to a 501c3, outside investors, or self-funding.  The facilitated discussion will draw on the examples and experiences of the participants as well as “out of the box” thinking for future options. 
Session will be facilitated by Jeffrey Wilcox, Founder/President/CEO of Third Sector Company and Dipty Jain, Principal, Fiscal Management Associates (FMA).