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Employee Spotlight – Brianna Sawyer

It’s your time to shine   Who is your favorite author? What is the best book you’ve read? Stephenie Meyer and the Twilight Series   What is your favorite movie and/or TV show? My favorite movies are the Twilight series. I grew up watching them and then read the books as an adult and loved .....

How to Calculate Operating Return on Assests

During Q3 of 2023, businesses in the United States made approximately $3.3 trillion, according to Statista. This is right behind the third quarter of 2022, when corporations in America made even more money. These figures are the net income of the respective periods, according to the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA). With profits reaching .....

‘Master’ The Augusta Rule and Save Money on Your Taxes

Anyone who lives in a highly seasonal tourist destination knows you can make money on short-term rentals during events and festivities in your city or town. Think high concentration, short-term, tourist-driven events such as the horse racing season in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., or The Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga. As a result, it is common .....

Working Capital and the Role it Plays in Your Business Success

The accounting term working capital is essential knowledge for all business owners. It is the ability of a business to meet its ongoing obligations. Learning about some of the different aspects of working capital is vital for any successful business owner. Net operating working capital (NOWC) is the gap between a business’s current assets (accounts .....

5 Steps to Improve Your Nonprofit’s Grant Management Process

or Danielle Dougherty, assistant director of grants management at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, her grant management strategy grew from the struggles she experienced throughout her career. Despite scrambling to gather details or documents and submitting last-minute applications, she had success in securing grants, but knew there had to be a better approach. “I never really .....

3 Ways Foundations Can Help Nonprofits Attract and Retain Talent

It’s no secret that most nonprofit organizations don’t pay people what they’re worth. Yet despite this, nonprofits still have a powerful draw. Many people leave better-paying careers to dedicate their lives to service and making a difference in their communities. You couldn’t ask for a better recruiting tool. Too often, though, nonprofits’ compensation packages are .....

4 Tactics to Implement in 2024 to Elevate Your Fundraising

With fundraising down for yet another year in 2023, it may be time to try a few new approaches to regain momentum for 2024. If you’ve already embarked on implementing tactics from our “40 Trends for 2024,” here are four more tactics NonProfit PRO discovered at this week’s AFP ICON. Don’t Forget to Ask for Non-Cash Donations Working with high net .....

Building tomorrow: The Top 10 Must-Have Construction Technologies in 2024 by Dr. Mohammed Shoeb Ahmed

Dr. Mohammed Shoeb Ahmed Doctor at Deccan College of Medical Sciences The construction industry is undergoing a technological revolution, with innovations reshaping the way projects are planned, designed, and executed. As we step into 2024, it’s imperative for construction professionals to stay ahead of the curve by embracing cutting-edge technologies. In this comprehensive guide, we .....

Implementing Artificial Intelligence on Manufacturing Floors

From 2001 through 2022, the average monthly growth in the workforce slowed to 0.6% year over year, which has caused many manufactures to turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance production and quality control on factory floors. “Machine learning, which falls under the umbrella of AI, will be the gateway to adopting AI at large .....

Technology Paves the Way for Supply Chain Management Solutions

Today, geographic borders no longer constrain commerce. Companies operate on a global scale and increasingly deal with external forces across the footprint of their supply chain, digital networks, distribution channels and consumer markets. Read more at The Hartford