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Marketing Plans For Nonprofits
Posted by Anonymous on
12/16/2004 at 2:58 PM ET
How do you develop a Marketing Plan for nonprofits? And with no real marketing budget.
12/16/2004 at 3:04 PM
The steps for a marketing plan aren't really different.
Click the Search Resources link on the right side of this page and try the keyword "plan."
Is this a hypothetical question for an MBA project? Or do you have a non-profit client you want to tell us about?
12/16/2004 at 3:20 PM
If you have a "real" 501(C)(3), yes please let us know. IF you need assistance, there may be some on the site who may be willing to do SOME pro bono for you/with you.
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