Linkedin for Fundraising Opportunities: Activate Your Tribe 11/9/2017
Linkedin for Fundraising Opportunities: Activate Your Tribe
Are you raising funds for a nonprofit, or capital for a business? Have you neglected to use LinkedIn as part of your work? Think again! This workshop is designed to help you uncover the funding possibilities of the world’s premier online professional networking site. Participants will learn how communicate tell their organization’s mission on LinkedIn, and obtain funding from impact investors, foundations, and corporations, and even establish their own LinkedIn connections.
Acquire grants, debt, and equity funding from investors on LinkedIn
Crowdfund campaigns and capital to launch business or nonprofit plans
Secure corporate sponsorships and grants from corporate foundations
Recruit clients, donors, change ambassadors, and strategic partners
Turn challenging past experiences into funding opportunities
Thursday, November 9th, 2017
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Check-in and coffee: 9:00 a.m.
Foundation Center -Atlanta, GA
133 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 350
Instructor: Gbenga Ogunjimi
Gbenga Ogunjimi CEO of GO Global Inc.
Gbenga is a West African word that means Elevate. As a social entrepreneur, impact investor, and identity strategist, Gbenga applies his wealth of experience in social enterprise, philanthropy, and international service as a bridge builder - closing the gaps of access so leaders can maximize their imprint on the global stage.
Today, as Founder and CEO of GO Global Inc., Gbenga architects the personal brand of leaders at all levels in career transition. He has coached hundreds of business and nonprofit leaders at organizations such as Verizon, Airbnb, American Express, Teach for America, The Foundation Center, Susan G Komen, and the UN Foundation. Gbenga's international platforms include the Social Enterprise World Forum, and his Tell Your Story series has reached business and nonprofit leaders across the United States. His articles on identity strategy and personal branding are featured on The HuffPost.