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Economic Development Insights: A 2024 Mid-Year Roundup and a Look at What’s Next

We’ve compiled a recap of the topics we’ve explored in our blog thus far in 2024, offering insights and strategies for economic development professionals navigating an ever-changing landscape. Convergent Nonprofit Solutions dove deep into the

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Halfway There: Recapping the Key Nonprofit Strategies from 2024, and a Peek at What’s To Come

Halfway There: Recapping the Key Nonprofit Strategies from 2024, and a Peek at What’s To Come

The first half of 2024 had us tackling a series of crucial topics in our blog to mull over, get updated on, get informed and get inspired by. Each article is packed with practical strategies

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Aligning Technology & Human Capabilities for Nonprofits

Aligning Technology & Human Capabilities for Nonprofits

Technology has received negative attention of late, particularly with the rise of AI in organizational operations and the ensuing fear of “robots taking over our jobs.” However, it doesn't have to be all about machines

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Impact of Public Health Crises on Economic Development

Impact of Public Health Crises on Economic Development

Economic developers are often tasked with addressing limiting circumstances within their communities that extend well beyond economic factors. Public health crises, ranging from global pandemics to more personal yet equally weighty issues like mental health

Brian Abernathy
On May 27, 2024